Posted by Devenia Besant on 17 Dec 2018

This weekend we went to see The Santa Show at the Epsom Playhouse, a fun show for 2 – 7 year olds.  I took my 6 year old son (and dragged along my 11 year old daughter too!) and we really enjoyed it.  The “staging” was great – bright and colourful, the storyline was fun, interactive and engaging with the right amount of audience participation.  There was lots of  singing along to recognisable Christmas songs and others such as heads, shoulders, knees and toes and dancing too.

I’ve got to say that even though it was aimed at a younger audience my daughter liked the show too.  The characters were funny and cheeky and the children in the audience were laughing and cheering throughout.

Here a little more about the show:

“Christmas is the busiest time of year at the North Pole, when Father Christmas makes presents to deliver across the whole world…and when everyone gets ready for Santa’s Christmas Party! But this year somebody has been up to mischief…Dotty the Elf’s decorations have gone missing, Dasher the Reindeer’s party games are broken, and what has happened to Pompom the Penguin’s Christmas music?

It looks as though somebody wants to stop Santa’s Christmas Party – and that someone is Jack Frost!

Help get Santa’s Christmas Party back on track in an adventure full of fun, festive songs and party games, then meet Santa at his home in the North Pole, where every child will receive a special present from him, after the most Christmassy Christmas show ever – HO-HO-HO!”

If you have children 2 – 7 years old and are looking for something to do before now and Christmas then I highly recommend, tickets start from £10.50 (includes a gift for each child) and you can see it now from 19th – 24th December, there are up to 3 shows a day and you can purchase tickets here.


Dee xx

Devenia Besant
Devenia (Dee) Besant is the founder of Epsom and Ewell Families. Runs a busy household as a mummy of 3 and a wife and some would say crazily committed to helping small businesses and the local community.

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