About the Show...
What better way to spend a winters eve; than with mulled wine and mince pie in hand, entertained by festive songs and sketches. All in a beautiful, cosy, barn setting.
This cabaret style show explores the hilarious and heartfelt wishes we all make at this time of year. Our Dickens-esque Master of Ceremonies will take you from materialistic letters to Father Christmas, to our more humble and honest hopes for the festive season. The evening will provide an opportunity to spend time with your loved ones and fill you with festive cheer.
This evening marks the start of our new permanent residency at Lopemead Farm.
A fundraising event for the launch of "The Theatre on the Farm". Our new and exciting space for live theatre and experiences in nature.
CONCESSIONS: £8.50 (Over 60s/Students/Under 16s)
FOOD AND DRINK?
There is no tiered or pre-allocated seating for this performance. Seats are arranged around tables, in cabaret style. The performers will appear and sing from various different areas in the barn, so every seat will experience a different view throughout the show. However, if you'd like to be able to sit around one table with all your loved ones, we recommend arriving early to reserve your desired seats. The doors will be open from 17:00 to allow you to socialise with drinks and snacks from our bar.
There will be drinks and snacks available to purchase before, during and after the show. This is a relaxed cabaret style concert so you are very welcome to eat and drink during the show at the table.
Toilet facilities will be available on site.
Children and infants are welcome to all our performances, the show doesn't feature any unsuitable language or content. However, we want to emphasise that this show hasn't been created as a "Children's Show", it is a series of songs and sketches with all ages in mind.
There is parking available on the farm, in the yards outside the barn. We will endeavour to sign post clearly and have marshals to assist you. However, please note the entrance to the farm is a little hidden from the busy Long Crendon Rd. Once you enter the farm, follow the lane (Renboga parking signs) around the houses to the back of the farm where the parking and barn are. The farm is also reachable on foot or by bike from Thame, just be mindful when crossing the busy roundabout.