Festive fun for all the family comes to Wisbech

Jimmy Cricket Christmas Show at the Tower Ballroom

Jimmy Cricket Christmas Show at the Tower Ballroom - Credit: Archant

Festive Fun is coming to the Tower Ballroom at Wisbech with comedian Jimmy Cricket and a Christmas music and dancing show.

The Glad It's Christmas Show at the Tower Ballroom

The Glad It's Christmas Show at the Tower Ballroom - Credit: Archant

The venue opens its doors for a program of entertainment for the whole family.

A spokesman for The Tower Ballroom said: “We really are pulling out all the stops this year to ensure a magical Christmas for everyone who comes to see us.

“The whole place will be lit up with Christmas decorations, we have two great shows with an extravaganza of non stop variety plus all the magic for the children of meeting Father Christmas on his sleigh after the Christmas Musical.

“The whole experience will feel like a winter wonderland and hopefully be the perfect start everyone’s Christmas.”

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On Sunday December 2 it will see a welcome return of legendary Jimmy Cricket in “Christmas With Cricket.

The fun packed Christmas variety show starring Jimmy Cricket, May Marion, Ian Larkin and The Nine Lives Theatre Company.

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Shows are at 2pm and 6.30pm with tickets £10 each available from Etcetera York Row Wisbech.

Next up is The Glad Its Christmas Show produced by The Nine Lives Theatre Company.

This one act Christmas musical features favourite Christmas songs, dancing, slapstick and a sack full of comedy.

Starring Mother Christmas, Father Christmas, his zany sister Gladys and the Elves.

The show starts on Thursday 13 and runs daily at 2pm and 6pm until Sunday 16.

Tickets are £8 each and include a present from Santa for every child and are available by calling 01945 870021 or 0771 8888641, or email info@ninelivestheatrecompany.co.uk.

All profits from both shows goes to the Wisbech Institute and Town Clock restoration fund.

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