From carols by candlelight to a Victorian evening in a bookshop, Christmas looks exciting.
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
With 10,000 tickets sold, this is already Salisbury’s fastest-selling pantomime. Richard Ede, who had audiences in stitches last year as Widow Twanky, returns.
December 2-January 7.
Tickets on 01722 320333.
WYVERN THEATRE, SWINDON
Set sail and head for Neverland where you’ll be hooked on the swashbuckling pantomime adventure. Peter Pan stars Adam Woodyatt (EastEnders) as Peter.
VICTORIAN EVENING WHITE HORSE BOOKS
In a mini-revival of the town’s former Victorian evening, White Horse Bookshop staff will be dressed in Victorian costumes, so feel free to join in. Expect mulled wine, story time and a conjurer.
CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT
ST JOHN’S CHURCH, DEVIZES
Royal biographer Penny Junor and actress Stephanie Cole are guest readers at this concert in aid of Julia’s House. With Lyneham Military Wives Choir and St Margaret’s Prep choirs.
Tickets £15/£5 on 01380 562525.
ROVES FARM, SEVENHAMPTON
Sit among the animals as the nativity story unfolds around you… and have a good shout at the ‘old cow’! There are costumes for all, from toddlers to grandmas and grandads, so no excuses...
December 2-3, 9-10, 16-23.
FAMILY CHRISTMAS SERVICE
Salisbury Cathedral’s hugely popular family service on Christmas Eve tells the Christmas story through movement and carols, giant puppets and prayer, with something for all the family.
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