Christmas Memories

The country’s most popular Christmas matinee nostalgia show

Start Christmas in style with over 60 of your all time Christmas favourite songs, many of your most loved Christmas carols in a heartwarming Victorian carol concert, over 40 changes of stunning costumes, and lots of good old fashioned festive fun.

We can all be dreaming of a white Christmas, watching chestnuts roasting on an open fire or even rocking around the Christmas tree, as Neil joined by singing stars Gemma Turner, who is very much in the style of Katherine Jenkins, and Angie Diggens who when she was just 16 years old won Granada Television’s Stars In Their Eyes as Phantom of The Opera Star Sarah Brightman, take you on sleigh ride back to a nostalgic winter wonderland and to a time when Christmas really was the most wonderful time of the year.

So if you can remember when the spirit of Christmas was more important than receiving presents, and if you were really lucky you would find a silver sixpence or three penny bit in your Christmas pudding, then this is the show for you. Filled with enough Christmas joy to warm your heart on the coldest winters day.
 
 

 



Venue Levy

Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to maintain our programme of arts and entertainment.


Book Tickets

Tickets £13 Concession £11

Ticket prices include £1 handling fee

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