1. The Rhodes Centre's production of Jack and the Beanstalk
The Rhodes Centre is a busy place at Christmas time when they do their annual pantomime production which is extremely popular with people of all ages. Last year, they did their production of Dick Whittington, which did tremendously well, just like previous productions such as last year’s Aladdin.
This year they have taken on the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and if it is anything like their previous performances, it should be amazing!
2. Horrible Christmas at Cambridge Corn Exchange
For those people with a love for history and Christmas, this would be the perfect experience for you. Get a more in depth visualisation of how all the different eras of history celebrated this amazing time of year by enjoying a performance by Birmingham Stage Company and Derby Theatre. They really do bring history to life!
3. The North Pole Christmas Festival in Cambridge
If theatre and panto does not tickle your fancy and get you in the Christmassy mood then don't fear, here is a chance to make some magical Christmas memories. The North Pole Christmas Festival is a perfect place for families to celebrate Christmas. From an ice skating rink to fairground rides, from Santa’s Throne Room to a Ye Olde Traditional English Market, there is something for everyone to enjoy! Prices for ice skating and amusements can be found at http://www.visitcambridge.org/whats-on/christmas-in-cambridge/the-north-pole-christmas-festival.