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Critic's choice events in Wimbledon

Santa Claus and the Magical Christmas Journey

A family-friendly Christmas show with songs, nursery rhymes and stories where kids get to meet Father Christmas himself after the show and maybe, if they've been very good, get a present. Ages 2-plus. Find more family Christmas shows in London  

  1. New Wimbledon Theatre The Broadway, SW19 1QG
  2. Mon Dec 1 - Wed Dec 24
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Peter Pan

Less your regular panto and more Christmas show affair, Polka Theatre offer up an adaptation of JM Barrie's classic tale by artistic director Peter Glanville. Catch singing, flying and dancing as they bring the tale of lost boys and girls, fairies and pirates to life. Ages 6-plus. Find more family Christmas shows in London

  1. Polka Theatre 240 The Broadway, SW19 1SB
  2. Sat Nov 29 - Sat Feb 14
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Grandad, Me... and Teddy Too

Sarah Argent's new show for kids has music from Greg Hall and is all about children and their grandparents. In 'Grandad, Me... and Teddy Too' Mia's granddad is coming to visit and she's getting more and more excited. Ages 2-5.   Find more Christmas theatre shows for toddlers

  1. Polka Theatre 240 The Broadway, SW19 1SB
  2. Thu Nov 27 - Sun Feb 8
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An Evening with Noel Fielding

  • Critics choice

Boosh fans, it's time to dig out those lightning bolt t-shirts you bought on the 2006 tour. Noel Fielding – the Hoxton-haired half of the Mighty Boosh; you know, the one with the pointy features – is hitting the road with 'An Evening with Noel Fielding', which he's bringing to Hammersmith and Brixton. The surrealist comic is promising a mix of stand-up, live animations, music and appearances from his character creations, including The Moon and Fantasy Man. Noel's brother,

  1. New Wimbledon Theatre The Broadway, SW19 1QG
  2. Mon Dec 8 - Sun Feb 15
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Cinderella

It's panto time in Wimbledon and this year promises to be as raucous as every other. Matthew Kelly returns as an ugly sister alongside Matthew Rixon, and we're promised song and dance numbers with real Shetland ponies no less. The two Matthews are old hands, having starred in  Wimbledon's production of 'Aladdin' last year. They are joined by 'Dallas' star Linda Gray (making her panto debut as Fairy Godmother), Tim Vine and Wayne Sleep.   Find more pantomimes in London  

  1. New Wimbledon Theatre The Broadway, SW19 1QG
  2. Fri Dec 5 - Wed Dec 31
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