Top up your festive spirit in Swansea and join in with some of the lovely Christmas events around the city.There are many Christmas concerts and music performances for you to enjoy, plus lots of craft sessions at the National Waterfront Museum and fun at the LC.Don’t forget about this year’s pantomime in Swansea’s Grand Theatre. Other attractions include Santa’s Grotto and of course ice skating fun at Waterfront Winterland.
Swansea Grand Theatre
Friday 13 December 2013 – Sunday 12 January 2014
Join us for another action-packed production which features magnificent scenery, beautiful costumes, an abundance of comedy and stunning flying sequences. Peter Pan offers Swansea’s biggest and most spectacular family treat! Tickets: £11.00 – £23.00 selected concessions available on selected performances – book online now. All tickets subject to a 50p Restoration Fund contribution.
Wednesday December 11 – Sunday December 22
Jermin Productions brings you the magical and traditional Pantomime Cinderella at Penyrheol Theatre from Wednesday 11th to Sunday 22nd December 2013. Don’t miss this spectacular Pantomime Production which promises to entertain the whole family! Find out more
There’s lots to do in Swansea this winter, from craft stalls to pantomimes. Here’s a taster of what you can do, for more information please visit www.swanseabayfestival.co.uk.
15 – 17 November
Swansea Launches Christmas
15 November 5pm
Christmas in the city centre
Various across the city centre
Swansea Christmas Parade and Lights Switch On
Dylan Thomas Centre to the Guildhall
Christmas Craft Fayre
29 November- 22 December
Christmas Craft Workshop
Festive Family Fun
Swansea Indoor Market
1 Dec, 3.00pm
National Waterfront Museum
Christmas fun in Cwmdonkin Park
11 December – 22 December
12 December, 1.30pm
Christmas in Wales
Dylan Thomas Centre
13 December – 12 January
Swansea Grand Theatre
Santa’s Grotto and Donkey Rides
11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm and 3.00pm. Booking essential
Celebrate 50 years of Dr Who, with a Christmas special double bill!
A Christmas Carol:
Inspired by Charles Dickens a Christmas Carol, join us for this magical Christmas adventure set amongst the stars. Guest starring Katherine Jenkins
The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe:
It’s Christmas Eve, 1938, when Madge Arwell comes to the aid of an injured Spaceman Angel as she cycles home. He promises to repay her kindness – all she has to do is make a wish!
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