The Christmassy Christmas Show of Christmassy Christmasness! is a celebration of everything Christmassy, from fir trees, fairy lights, sleigh bells and snowflakes to crackers, carols, presents and puddings!

Join Craig as he goes on a quest to find The Twelve Sprouts of Christmas, and along the way spot some naughty elves, meet a wise-cracking snowman, say hello to an over-excited Christmas puppy, endure the world’s worst Christmas jumper and gaze in wonder at the “beautiful” Christmas fairy...
 

The Christmassy Christmas Show of Christmassy Christmasness!

The Christmassy Christmas Show of Christmassy Christmasness! is an over-stuffed stocking of seasonal surprises crammed with puppets, songs and comedy, and over-flowing with crazy characters, silly slapstick, tall tales and fantastic facts - all presented in that unique Squashbox style!

 

For children aged 4+ and their families.

The Christmassy Christmas Show is 60 minutes long. It requires a space of 4x4m, plus access to a standard power socket. Full technical specifications available on request.



 

 

 

"Really had a wonderful evening at your Christmas show in the Mylor Theatre, it was fantastic! We were still laughing in the car on the way home."

Audience feedback

"Your show made our Christmas the most Christmassy ever, thank you!"

Audience feedback

Photo: Marie-Dominique Demers-King@Just Us Photography

"Filled with the spirit of Christmas, a cracker of a show, I confess at its end it even had me joining in and chanting:

'I love sprouts!'"

Frank Ruhrmund, The Cornishman

"Thanks for the best hours entertainment I’ve had in many a year. Laugh? I nigh on split myself in two laughing. Congratulations on being such a star and not only bringing laughter into my evening but also the children’s and doing so in an innocent, pleasant and silly way."

Audience feedback

"I just wanted to say a massive thank you for coming to our school and performing your brilliant Christmas show. The children and staff absolutely loved it and you were the talk of the school for the final few days."

Emma Lawton, teacher, St Agnes School

Photo: Marie-Dominique Demers-King@Just Us Photography