It is Christmas Eve on the planet Slurp when friendly aliens Sniff and Splat accidentally receive an important radio message from Santa’s elves calling upon the extra-terrestrial pals to help get the presents ready in time for all the children. Even the realisation that the message was actually meant for the King of England cannot stop them in their hapless but well-meaning mission. The question is, can the children in the audience help them to succeed? Christmas is relying on them! Winnie Southgate’s new play for young audiences is a fast-paced riot of a show, full of colour and magic, that is sure to keep the little-ones entertained long after they leave the auditorium this December. The show is suitable for ages two and up, but funny enough to engage those much older. With only seven performances, book that Christmas treat early.
Winnie Southgate’s new play for young audiences is sure to fill the spot. Zany, interactive and downright joyous, The Aliens Who Saved Christmas will have your little ones entranced as they (alongside the lovable, bonkers characters) help the elves in the North Pole build presents in time for Christmas Eve. The theatre say that the show is suitable for ages 2 and up but funny enough to engage those much older. With only 7 performances, we would advise booking that Christmas treat early.