Browse our growing list of pantomimes and festive shows in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this Christmas season.
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The Ugly Duckling by WhatNot Theatre is a twinkling, heartwarming, relaxed and inclusive performance for all the family at Christmas.
The Abominable Snowman with Emma Boor is a Wintery Wonderful Christmas family show with puppetry, magical shadow puppetry, gentle clowning and joining in.
With heaps of audience participation, dazzling costumes, spectacular sets, and magical special effects, this year’s pantomime at the Kenton Theatre promises to be out of this world.
Creation Theatre is heading back to The North Wall for its 10th Christmas show, presenting a joyfully anarchic adaptation of this Christmas classic for the whole family to enjoy together.
This Christmas, award-winning puppetry and visual theatre company – Smoking Apples – brings you the perfect opportunity to dive into the heart of a timeless Christmas tale.
Featuring traditional stories woven together with original songs and music, this festive treat promises to give even the hungriest of appetites a happily ever after.
A mother. A daughter. 3 possible dads. And a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget. Set on a Greek island paradise, a story of love, friendship and identity is cleverly told through the timeless songs of ABBA.
A hilarious and heartwarming story for the whole family to enjoy, this star-studded panto is set to be the show of the season.
The classic tale of a young lad going to London to make his fortune and his adventures with his new best friend, Tommy the cat. Boo the villains and cheer the heroes as pantomime returns to the Unicorn Theatre!
Created by Jonathan Rockefeller, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Christmas Show is a vibrant celebration of Eric Carle’s adored classics and the perfect introduction to live theatre.
Performed by acclaimed actor Rakhee Sharma and directed by Olivier Award-winner Clare Lizzimore, Mike Bartlett’s funny and poignant new play tells a story of desire, control, raised blinds and lowered boundaries.