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Santa's New Sleigh Relaxed Performance

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A festive play by Brad Fitt.  Original music and songs by Richard Lamming.

Sprocket and Dibs have a problem! Christmas is fast approaching and Santa’s Sleigh is nowhere to be found. Will Sprocket and Dibs be able to create a new sleigh in time or will Christmas be cancelled?

Can you help them save the day? Only time will tell but with audience participation, sing-along songs and a present from Santa for every child it promises to be the perfect festive treat.

This show is ideal for children aged 2-8 years.

Running time 50 Minutes.

This particular performance will be suitable for children/adults/families who would enjoy a quieter show, adapted to their needs with less special effects, softer sound and he house lights left up.

A more informal atmosphere will give families the chance to move around and talk.  Ths performance is intended specifically to be accepting and sensitive to those who may benefit from a relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with Autistic Spectrum Conditions, individuals with sensory or communication disorders or learning disabilities.

Free tickets for Carers are available for this performance through our Assisted Access Scheme.  Further details are available from our Box Office 01403 750220.

Tickets for this show can now be booked on-line. 

Our system will allocate the best socially distanced seats available but if you require alternative seating, please email us:  Your enquiry will be dealt with at the earliest opportunity. A seating plan can be viewed at the bottom of our Booking Information page here

Ticket prices: £14, £12 (Child, Concession, Capitol Friend), Family Tickets £45

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Tickets & Prices

  • Mon 14 Dec 11:00 AM £14.00 Capitol Theatre Relaxed

    For audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabilities.

    House lights left up, sound level kept down and less pops and bangs are just a few ways the show/screening is adapted to help reduce anxiety.

    These performances/screenings are open to all, but we ask audience members to be mindful of the needs of others to move around freely and make involuntary noise.

Mon 14 Dec