Tuesday, 17 December 2013

What's On This Christmas

There is nothing I like more than getting out with the kids at any time and it's even more special when it's at Christmas. Therefore I'd like to share with you some fantastic events that are on this Christmas in Birmingham.

Dr Bunhead's Very Dangerous Christmas is on at Birmingham Town Hall from 22nd December to 5th January. Take your budding scientists to find out what is the worlds loudest Christmas Cracker, and I'm sure they'll be dying to know if Dr Bunhead can set his head on fire like a Christmas pudding!


If Dr Bunhead is a little too explosive for you, how about a lovely performance of What the Ladybird Heard, based on the award winning book by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks. On at Birmingham Town Hall from 20th December to January 10th. This is suitable from children aged 2 upwards and I'm sure all children will love it, we thoroughly enjoyed the last Julia Donaldson show we went to at the Town Hall, Room On The Broom.


Town Hall are also putting on their first ever relaxed performance of What the Ladybird Heard which is perfect for children who have autism and learning difficulties and may find it difficult to sit through regular performances.

At the Birmingham Symphony Hall you can catch Jingle Bell Christmas on Friday 20th December.  You can enjoy Christmas music such as Jingle Bell Rock and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer by the London Concert Orchestra and dancing by The Jingle Belle Dancers.

Then on Monday 23rd December you can enjoy the Christmas Carol Singalong, where Jonathon Cohen will be leading you through his most loved carols and Christmas songs.




I was offered the opportunity to see Dr Bunheads Very Dangerous Christmas preview but was unable to attend because Star was still in hospital. However, I decided to share these wonderful performances with you anyway. Merry Christmas. 

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