Family-Friendly Christmas Events at Brighton Dome
23 Sep 2019
With a whole host of events and shows for children and families, there’s fun for everyone at Brighton Dome this Christmas.
Christmas Open Day
Sat 30 Nov
Step back in time and join us for a feast of family friendly cheer, Victorian style. Make Christmas decorations and other festive fancies whilst listening to carols and spending quality time with the family away from the hubbub of the high street. Don’t miss out on our popular family photo booth too.
The Big Christmas Singalong!
Wed 4 Dec
Sing along to all the Christmas classics with The Choir with No Name, an organisation that runs choirs for homeless and marginalised people. Be a part of this feel-good event and let the festivities commence!
Mark the start of your Christmas festivities with this annual, highly popular concert for all the family. Come and sing your favourite carols and bring your corniest Christmas jokes to be read out. One lucky person can even have a go at conducting!
Tales Around the Tree
Wed 18 – Fri 20 Dec
Get away from the hustle and bustle of Christmas shopping and snuggle up with heart-warming stories told by Old Mother Holle and help her decorate her special festive tree. A delightful moment in time for children to share with their grown-ups.
Get in the festive mood with a double bill of childhood favourites The Snowman and Paddington animated on screen with live musical performances.
Tue 17 Dec – Fri 27 Dec
Join us for a jaw-dropping circus show from Finland’s award winning Race Horse Company. Featuring human catapults, chaotic comedy and trampoline stunts, you will be on the edge of your seat throughout this spectacular performance.
Fancy a bite before the show? Head to Royal Pavilion Ice Rink Bar & Kitchen. Show your Super Sunday ticket (for the same day) and choose any item from the Main Menu for only £10.00.
The Wizard of Oz
Sat 28 – Sun 29 Dec
Follow the yellow brick road and head to the Emerald City with Dorothy, Tinman. Lion and Toto in a ballet adaptation of the iconic tale by L. Frank Baum, told through the magic of classical dance. Set to a classical score which brings the story to life, this production is family friendly and is the perfect way to introduce young people to the classical ballet.
Wed 19 Feb – Fri 21 Feb
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved Zog comes to life in a magical adaptation with music and songs. Zog will leave children laughing and falling in love with theatre.
Fancy a bite to eat or drinks before the show? With your ticket you can get your hands on special offers.