Croydon's Fairfield Halls Theatre promises Christmas fun for all the family
19th November 2011
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On December 2nd 2011, Croydon's Fairfield Halls raises the curtain on its not-to-be-missed Christmas programme.


If you believe in Santa Claus - and lets face it, who doesn't? - then come along with the little ones for a magical new show featuring songs and stories and spellbinding magic. There's a present for everyone and a chance to meet the big man himself. The performance is perfect for the little ones age 3 to 7, but sure to be enchanting for all ages.


December 2nd also sees Larry Lamb taking to the stage with a West End cast in this year's fantastic pantomime production of Aladdin. With music, costumes and staging to rival any West End production, the show promises laugh out loud moments and slapstick fun for all the family. With tickets for the first week at the special price of £15, make sure you book now so as not to be disappointed.


On December 3rd 2011, the Concert Hall plays host to Arthur Davidson's Christmas Festivities Concert. Featuring the musical story of Cinderella, the Overture to Hansel and Gretel and the Fledermaus Waltz, narrated by Nerys Hughes and performed by the Croydon Symphony Orchestra, classical fans are sure to be delighted. There will also be performances of carols composed by local Croydon children, as well as traditional carols.


December 6th sees the return of the 'That'll Be The Day' touring rock 'n roll production, bringing its 2011 Christmas Show to Croydon. A combination of comedy and non stop Christmas hits make for a fun filled party atmosphere.


There is certainly something at for everyone at Croydon's Fairfield Halls this festive season. Full details can be found on thebestof Croydon's Events page or visit the website at

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