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Christmas performances across the Cotswolds

PUBLISHED: 09:00 02 November 2015

The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

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There are some very fun and festive events taking place across the Cotswolds this season.

The Nutcracker at the Everyman

November 12

Featuring an impressive cast accompanied by a large live orchestra with over 30 musicians, The Russian State Ballet and Opera House returns for another magical season at the Everyman.

Cinderella at the Roses Theatre

November 28 – January 2

The much-loved rags-to-riches tale is told as only The Roses can - with magic, a fantastic cast, music and dancing throughout and more than a few surprises along the way.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Wyvern Theatre

December 5 – January 3

Adam Woodyatt (Eastenders), David Ashley and Sophie Camble bring dazzling dance routines, spectacular costumes and plenty of laughs in this comical adaptation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

‘So this is Christmas’ at the Cheltenham Town Hall

December 8

Join Gemma Merna (Hollyoaks), 90’s pop sensation Kavana and a live band at the Town Hall for seasonal fun at the one of the best yuletide parties in Cheltenham.

Peter Pan at the Malvern Theatres

December 10 – January 3

A festive adaptation from the novel by J.M Barrie, featuring Mark Moraghan (Coronation Street) as Captain Cook and hilarious comedy acrobats The Nitwits as the pirate crew.

Astaria String Quartet Christmas Concert at Huntingdon Hall

December 13

This Christmas family show includes two of the best known Christmas stories – The Snowman and The Night Before Christmas. Enjoy these seasonal tales and magical stories performed by the Astaria String Quartet and their narrator Ben Madden.

Dick Whittington at the Swan Theatre

December 13 – January 4

Eastenders star, Shane Richie, stars as Dick Whittington at this year’s magical pantomime at the Swan Theatre. Expect lots of laughs, spectacular costumes and an enchanting pantomime adventure.

‘That’ll be the day’ at the Cheltenham Town Hall

December 21

Celebrate the festive season with your favourite Christmas classics from the 50s, 60s, and 70s live at the Town Hall.

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