Upcoming Family Christmas Events

Joy to the World:
Date: Monday, December 8th – Sunday, January 4th
Time: 10AM – 5.30PM, MON- FRI, 10AM – 1PM, SAT
Price: Free admission

An exhibition celebrating festive traditions from around the globe, curated by Susan Boyle. This intimate exhibition comprises beautifully handcrafted Nativity scenes made from wood, precious metals, felt and even bread dough, alongside other seasonal artifacts.

A Most Peculiar Wintry Thing (For Schools):
Date: Thursday, December 11th
Time: 10Am and 2PM
Price: 6 euro (Suitable for 4-12YRS)

Winter: the most enchanting of seasons… As the nights draw in and the days get colder, a rolling snowball of four wondrous musicians and some light fingered animation will explore the magic and mystery of all things snowy with favourite memories of winter and some new ones too.

Twas The Night Before Christmas/ Oiche Roimh an Nollaig:
Date: Schools’ shows: Friday, December 12th. Family Shows: Saturday, December 13th
Time: Friday 10Am and 2 PM, Saturday 2PM and 4PM
Price: 8 euro (Suitable for 5+YRS), for school rate, contact box office.

The town is preparing for Christmas. Houses are being decorated, cards being written, present being wrapped and stockings being hung. Join Branar as they take you on a joyful journey through the most magical night of the year.

Elf Factory:
Date: Wednesday, december 17th
Time: 10AM, 11:30AM & 2.30PM
Price: 10 euro (Suitable for 3-5 years)

A magical ‘First Christmas’ experience formthe very young! Santa’s elves greet the children amongst a pile of presents, soon everyone is passing, stacking and packing together. Children and families enjoy a playful, intimate experience culminating in a wonderful meeting with Santa, who has a small present for each child. Limited capacity: Early booking advised.

Scrooged:
Date: Saturday, December 20th
Time: 2pm
Price: 3 euro

Frank Cross runs a US TV station which is planning a live adaptation of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Frank’s childhood wasn’t a particulary pleasant one, and so he doesn’t really appreciate the Christmas spirit. With the help of the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future, Frank realises he must change.

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