Full to bursting with festive wonder Petersham Playhouse invites you to enter an immersive theatrical performance at The Charles Dickens Museum. The museum is based in one of the former London homes of the great Victorian writer, the location where he is said to have penned his famous novels, Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby.
Every room in the house will be open and throughout it you will find a range of acts from story telling to cellists, puppetry to song. A whole host of performers will welcome you in from the cold to a performance that is suitable for the whole family and is sure to spark your Christmas cheer.
Performances take place from 4th until the 7th December and then again from the 11th to the 14th December, timed entry begins at 6.30pm and tickets are priced at £24.
We wouldn’t be Spoon if we didn’t suggest you made a night of it. Some restaurants we recommend nearby are;
-Tapas at Sam and Sam Clark’s Exmouth Market restaurant Moro
–Caravan at Exmouth Market
-Gastropub The Eagle in Clerkenwell
-Drop in for an early tea at Bea’s of Bloomsbury
-Or if you’re planning on going to a performance on the 13th or 14th December, try out Allegra McEvedy’s “porkilicious” themed restaurant Blackfoot (set to open on Friday 13th December).