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It’s beginning to look a lot like an Elgiva Christmas…

Our December line-up is packed with festive fun!

Snow White – our fabulous family pantomime

Mirror, Mirror On the Wall – what’s the greatest panto of them all?

It’s the timeless, magical fairytale of Snow White, packed with excitement, special effects, delightful songs, slapstick, gags and lots of audience participation!

Saturday 4th December to Friday 31st December, various times

Snow White
The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker – from The Royal Ballet

Discover the enchantment of ballet with this sparkling festive treat for the whole family – part of the Royal Ballet’s brand-new 21/22 season and captured live at The Royal Opera House.

Clara is given an enchanted Nutcracker doll on Christmas Eve. As midnight strikes, she creeps downstairs to find a magical adventure awaiting her and her Nutcracker…

Wednesday 15th December, 7.30pm

The English Sinfonia – A Winter Wonderland

The English Sinfonia present a festive feast of music…

In the English Sinfonia’s final concert of the year, join us for a festive feast of music including carols (with audience participation strongly advised!) and everything from Corelli to Tchaikovsky, Elgar, Holst, Ireland as well as Howard Blake’s beloved ‘Walking In The Air’ from The Snowman.

Monday 13th December, 7pm

english sinfonia
It's A Wonderful Life

It's A Wonderful Life

Step into Christmas and join us in our favourite Elgiva tradition…

Don’t miss this opportunity to see Frank Capra’s festive classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946) on the big screen. A heartwarming, bittersweet comedy/drama starring James Stewart, Lionel Barrymore and Donna Reed it’s an event we really need this year!

Thursday 23rd December, 8pm

The Crafty Herbalist

Find out more about one of our Love Elgiva Retail Partners, The Crafty Herbalist, who aims to help you achieve lasting wellness through plant-based medicine…

All Things Bright And Beautiful

From strikes to viruses, Sarah Helm muses on some of film-making’s difficulties, and also celebrates the successes of Barbie.