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Book your Christmas Tickets

Father Christmas Pennywell

Christmas 2018 is now sold out! 

Picture the scene.

Christmas lights and trees in an authentic manger setting with all the live animals looking on, warm and dry in their winter home.

Nativity Scene

Nativity Scene

Rekindle the true spirit of Christmas and put the arrival of the baby Jesus at the heart of Christmas. Pennywell Farm will be transformed into a real winter wonderland in time for the Nativity plays in December.

Pennywell supplies the costumes and organises the whole direction, giving every child (and adult) the opportunity to dress up and star in the performance. They even manage to make sure the snow falls at the end of each performance.

There really is a host of heavenly angels and many shepherds watching their sheep. Lots of voices are needed for the singing of Little Donkey, While Shepherds Watched and Away in a Manger to name a few.

After the play, every child meets Santa in his grotto and receives a present. A Christmas film is showing in the Farmyard Theatre between performances and seasonal refreshments of warm mince pies and mulled wine for the adults, home made Christmas biscuits and squash for the children make the visit complete.

Booking is essential 

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8 thoughts on “Book your Christmas Tickets

  1. katie

    Hi

    To just come and loom at the pigs and the other animals do you still need to book tickets or is this just for the xmas performance?

    thankyou

    Reply
    1. Pennywell Post author

      The farm isn’t open as normal so there are no piggy cuddles. It’s all about the Christmas experience.

      Reply
    1. Pennywell Post author

      Hi, we don’t actually offer an annual membership, it’s a season ticket which is valid from February to October. Christmas is run entirely separately.

      Reply

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