Christmas West End Musicals

Along with the Christmas time, new shows will arrive to London Theaters.

The Snowman 2013

The most popular and the most awaiting by everyone is definitely The Snowman. This famous musical will be perfect for whole families, especially those with very small children. It is a story of a young boy and its snowman, who set off on a night time quest for adventure. On their travels they meet dancing penguins, reindeer and naturally, Father Christmas. The Snowman is now available to book now. Hurry up before all the seats are gone. They play from 27th November till 5th January 2014.

The Snowman Tickets

 

 

Disney on Ice

Another famous and longed-for show is Disney on Ice – Dare to Dream at the O2 Arena. It is a celebration of 75 years of Disney Princess stories so something that cannot really be missed. It will be an event of a lifetime where all the favorite princesses of Disney appear on the ice in a spectacular finale. Book now and experience the beauty, sparkle, and spirit when Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream comes to London this Christmas! Booking starts from 26th December until 5th January 2014.
Disney on Ice Tickets

 

Seussical

Last but not the least recommended musical for Christmas 2013 is Seussical at the Arts Theater. It tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust containing some very peculiar creatures known as Whos. Among them is Jojo, a Who child sent off to a military school for thinking too many ‘thinks’.

Horton’s attention to the speck of dust and his laissez-faire care of Mayzie LaBird’s egg prompts taunts and accusations from the rest of the animal kingdom – except for Gertrude McFuzz, who longs for his attention, and JoJo, whose ‘thinks’ save them all in the end. It is another brilliant show for the whole family, where each member will enjoy it regardless the age. The show will take place at the Arts Theatre from 30th November till 5th January 2014.
Seussical Tickets

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