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Father Christmas

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Join Santa as he awakes from a dream of sun, sea and sand only to find it is the busiest day of the year...
Christmas Eve! 
Christmas isn’t Christmas without this family favourite.

Age Guideline:
Up to 6 years old (and anyone young at heart!)

 

Please note, bookings for this event are facilitated by Lyric Hammersmith Theatre

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Please note booking for viewing on Wed 23rd & Thu 24th Dec closes at 5pm on Tue 22nd Dec​

Your booking details for this show will automatically be shared with both Oxford Playhouse and Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. Please see the Lyric Hammersmith’s Privacy Policy for more information.

 

Once you've booked...

You will receive an email from The Lyric Theatre on 7 Dec which will include all of the information you need for the streaming, including the link and individual password to watch the production and some handy FAQs for setting everything up. If you have any questions, please contact enquiries@lyric.co.uk

If you have already booked a ticket for Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas use this link to view the show: https://lyric.co.uk/fcviewingpageop/

 MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Duration: 50mins

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Available to Stream from Wed 9 - Thu 24 Dec

Please note booking for viewing on Wed 23rd & Thu 24th Dec closes at 5pm on Tue 22nd Dec

A Lyric Hammersmith and Pins and Needles Production

Raymond Briggs' Father Christmas

Please note, bookings for this event are facilitated by Lyric Hammersmith Theatre

Your booking details for this show will automatically be shared with both Oxford Playhouse and Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. Please see the Lyric Hammersmith’s Privacy Policy for more information.

Streaming to local schools and the Oxford Children’s Hospital has been made possible by an anonymous donation.

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