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The most wonderful time of the year!

PUBLISHED: 16:19 11 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:15 20 February 2013

The most wonderful time of the year!

The most wonderful time of the year!

We're coming up to the most wonderful time of the year... and it certainly will be at Swindon Arts Centre, where we're not only showing great seasonal shows, but also offering FREE screenings of Hollywood movie classics

Were coming up to the most wonderful time of the year and it certainly will be at Swindon Arts Centre, where were not only showing great seasonal shows, but also offering FREE screenings of Hollywood movie classics, including The Polar Express.


Yes, Santa has arrived early and brought treats not just for families, like The Very Snowy Christmas, but for adults too. So come along to Swindon Arts Centre, where Christmas is all wrapped up!


Christmas With The Beatles


Saturday 03 December 2011, 8pm


Get into the festive spirit with the Fab Four, as local Beatles tribute band "All You Need Is The Beatles" play a brand new show, recreating the greatest Beatles tracks in the most authentic way, with bags of Beatle-esque wit and charm.


Ticket Prices: 14, Concessions 12.50



Applause


Sunday 4 December


Enjoy entertainment from celebrity guest Josh Dubovie, who performed for Britain in the Eurovision song contest, as well as from fantastic local talent. Theres something for everyone in this charity show, which will raise funds for Swindon Arts Centre.


Tickets: 10, Limited V.I.P Tickets 15 (Champagne Reception)


The Very Snowy Christmas


Tuesday 6 & Wednesday 7 December, 10.30am & 1.30pm


In this festival tale there is live music, beautiful puppets and a stunning snowy set. Perfect for an early Christmas present for all the family to enjoy.


Tickets: 8, Child 6, Family 24.


A Christmas Carol


Thursday 8 December, 4pm & 7pm


Festive fun for the whole family with larger-than-life characters, puppetry and Victorian carols.


Tickets: 6. Child 5, Family 20



Old Town Theatre Company: Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol


Thursday 15 Saturday 17 December 7.30pm


Think you know the classic tale of embittered Ebeneezer Scrooge? You have never seen it like this!


Tickets: 8.50, Concessions 6



Joglaresa: On Yoolis Night


Sunday 18 December 7.30pm


A programme of Christmas songs all from the 12th 15th Century.


Tickets: 15, Concessions available



Frisky & Mannish Pop Centre plus Christmas Special


Tuesday 20 December 8pm


Meticulous analysis of your skills and strength will reveal your optimum career path. Frisky and Mannish were regularly featured Scott Mills Radio 1 Show in August.


Tickets 14 concessions available



Remember When At Christmas


Wednesday 21 December 2pm


Feeling nostalgic? This enchanting Christmas production has a wonderful mix of great songs, stunning costumes and traditional festive fun.


Tickets: 10, Concessions available



Free films at Swindon Arts Centre this Christmas



No need to book, just pop in.


Santa Claus The Movie (U)


Monday 19 December, 11.30am


Elf (PG)


Tuesday 20 December, 11.30am


The Polar Express


Thursday 22 December, 11.30am


How The Grinch Stole Christmas (PG)


Friday 23 December, 11.30am


Theres plenty to enjoy at Swindon Arts Centre this Christmas period so dont miss out. Book now to see these great shows.


How to Book


Book online at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/128327


Tickets are available from the Arts Centre Box Office on 01793 614837.

Opening times

Monday Friday: 12 noon - 5pm
Saturday 10am-1pm.

On nights when there are shows the Box Office will remain open until the start of the performance.

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