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Story Pocket Theatre presents

The Nutcracker

Sun 16 Dec—Wed 19 Dec
Times: Various at Red Brick Auditorium

Tickets: £8 , approx running time: 50 mins without interval

Age: 3+

It’s Christmas and when Clara is given a wooden nutcracker in the shape of a handsome Prince, little does she know that she and her brother Fritz are about to be drawn into a great adventure.

The Mouse Queen has stolen the magic of the Christmas Tree star and the Land of Make Believe is in danger. The children and the toys must join in battle against the rotten royal rodent to save the magic of Christmas and restore the Prince to the throne.

But first, Clara and Fritz must learn how to believe…

Award-winning Story Pocket Theatre presents this colourful and magical Christmas story which brings imagination and make-believe to life for all the family.

‘Story Pocket Theatre….a fantastic addition to the children’s theatre family.’ Scotsman

You can see more of Story Pockets Theatre work here

School Performances – Public welcome

The below performances have been programmed for schools with a subsidised ticket offer, aiming to make the arts more accessible to children in Calderdale.  Tickets for school groups are £7 each, with one free ticket for every 8 booked.

Tickets are available to the public (£8), subject to availability, but please note that seating is unrestricted and school groups are seated first.

For school bookings please email: info@squarechapel.co.uk

Mon 17 December, 10.30am | Mon 17 December, 1.30pm

Tue 18 December, 10.30am | Tue 18 December, 1.30pm

Wed 19 December, 10.30am | Wed 19 December, 1.30pm

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Book and Lyrics by Jenifer Toksvig

Music by David Perkins

Directed by Julia Black and Adam Fletcher-Forde

Tickets

Sun 16 December, 3.00pm Book now

Sun 16 December, 6.00pm Book now

Mon 17 December, 10.30am Book now

Mon 17 December, 1.30pm Book now

Tue 18 December, 10.30am Book now

Tue 18 December, 1.30pm Book now

Wed 19 December, 10.30am Book now

Wed 19 December, 1.30pm Book now