Celebrate Christmas at St James Theatre

As the festive season edges even closer, St James Theatre has announced three shows that will be performed over the Christmas period.

The Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s Christmas Special – 12th – 23rd December: this unique and special show recreates the spirit of 1940’s radio plays and evoking the age of casual imperialism and of course the stiff upper lips, this show arrives for a strictly limited festive season.

Blending satire with the chauvinist attitudes of 1940’s Britain, Fitzrovia has performances that are filled with sharp theatricality and plenty of contemporary humour that will thrill and delight audiences over the Christmas period.

Fitzrovia Radio Hour Christmas Special

The Three Kings – 14th – 19th Decembergot some spare time in your lunch break? Fancy some Christmas related humour? Then look no further! Running for 45 minutes and filled with adult humour The Three Kings take you on a journey from self-doubt to belief via a quick stop at The Three Kings pub and a packet of crisps!

The boozing heroes have been work mates for the last nine months but on Christmas eve that is set to change when a revelation comes about that will change their lives forever!

The Three Kings

Around the World in 80 Days – 26th November – 16th January 2016: the previously announced show starts performances in the main theatre next month and is based on the popular book by Jules Verne.

The wealthy Phileas Fogg wagers his life’s fortune that he can travel around the globe in just 80 days. Along with his faithful valet Passepartout, follow them on their adventures from Victorian London to the exotic subcontinent and beyond in this ultimate race against the clock.

Simon Gregor as Passepartout and Robert Portal as Phileas Fogg. Photo credit Simon Annand_final
Simon Gregor as Passepartout and Robert Portal as Phileas Fogg. Photo credit Simon Annand.

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