There are an enormous amount of shows and events happening in London this Christmas so if you're thinking of taking in a show this December, it may be time to start researching what the best shows are. Luckily for you, we have scoured the city in search of the best Christmas shows in London so you don't have to spend any time scanning through long and tedious reviews Whether it's a wacky and comical show for the kids or a hip hop version of your favourite story, you can start planning your Christmas calendar with our handy list of fantastic shows below.
1. The Nutcracker
Showing at the London Coliseum throughout December.
More info & tickets: http://www.ballet.org.uk/whats-on/nutcracker/
2. A Christmas Carol
Another classic, this time by Charles Dickens, will be played out at the Middle Temple Hall this December. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on his tumultuous journey through past, present and future along with his ghostly companions and see whether he can change his miserly ways in time for Christmas. This show is being performed by Antic Disposition in the historic Elizabethan hall and combines the classic story with original songs and audience members will also be treated to mulled wine and mince pies for a further festive feel.
Showing at the Middle Temple Hall from 20-30 December.
More info & tickets: http://www.anticdisposition.co.uk/a-christmas-carol-2014.html
3. Slava's Snowshow
Showing at the Royal Festival Hall throughout December.
More info & tickets: http://www.slavasnowshow.co.uk/
4. Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales
Showing at the Bargehouse after a successful summer run at Shoreditch Town Hall, renowned fantasy author Philip Pullman's retelling of the iconic Brothers Grimm fairy tales promises to be one of the highlights of the Christmas calendar. An 'immersive storytelling experience', this performance promises to be a unique and exciting telling of the well known stories which enable the audience to be much more involved in the show and to experience an adventurous evening of culture and storytelling.
Showing at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf November to February.
More info & tickets: http://www.grimm-tales.co.uk/
5. The Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Showing at the Linbury Studio Theatre throughout December.
More info & tickets: http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/the-mad-hatters-tea-party-by-various
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