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Santa's Sooty Christmas

The Portico of Ards, Meetinghouse Street, Portaferry, Down, BT22 1LE
Animated drawing of Santa legs sticking out of the snowy chimney

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It's the day before Christmas Eve... and children of all ages love a panto at Christmas!

Cheerful chimney-sweep Rudi is cleaning all the chimneys – to make sure they are ready for Santa – but Rudi gets a very nasty shock! One very big chimney is well and truly blocked… and not with soot… but with toys…! Stuck there by the dreadful witch Fluella the Fluesy! Wicked Fluella loves grunge and grime and wants to stop Christmas by blocking all the chimneys so that Santa can't deliver the presents. Rudi manages to free the toys – a beautiful Christmas Tree Fairy, a Constant Tin Soldier and a very cross Christmas Candle – but the trouble is only starting, for well and truly stuck in the chimney is… yes… Santa himself! With a little magic… and a lot of help from the children in the audience, can Rudi and the Toys get Santa unstuck?


Supported by Ards and North Down Borough Council

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Adult£9.00 per ticket
Concession£6.00 per ticket

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Opening Times

Season (11 Dec 2022)
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Sunday15:00 - 16:00

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