Phone: +09 486 2261
Email: info@tbp.org.nz
The Santa Claus Show 2014

Santa Claus Show '14

The Santa Claus Show by Tim Bray, songs by Christine White. A magical Christmas story for the whole family. Santa helps reveal the pleasure of giving. Kelly and Alana are best friends and decide to write to Santa Claus. But Kelly sends the longest list of things that a child wants for Christmas that Santa has ever seen. Santa flies Kelly to the North Pole so she can learn for herself the true meaning of Christmas.

“The Santa Claus Show is the perfect antidote to the commercial tripe on TV and in the shopping malls. Simple, beautiful storytelling, a world of magic with a splash of wonder – close your eyes and become a kid.” – Theatreview

View our 30 second trailer show HERE!

Monday 8 December – Saturday 20 December, 2014
Two shows daily – 10:30am & 1pm

Generous discounts and benefits for schools & early childhood centres – visit the Educational Season page

Ticket Prices for Educational Groups

See our 2014 price page: 2014 Ticket Price Guide

Ticket Prices for Public

A Reserve All ages $25.00
A Reserve Senior citizen $22.00
B Reserve All ages $22.00
A Reserve Family pass 4 seats (extras at $22 each) $88.00
B Reserve Family Pass 4 seats (extras at $20.75 each) $83.00

Please see description of A and B Reserve Seating at bottom of this page GALA PERFORMANCE: Now open to the public.

Friday 12 December  – 5.30pm. All tickets $30.00 BOOK ONLINE NOW or for phone bookings call: 09 489 8360 Please note booking tips below.

Theatre Workshops

In December we present 2 workshops alongside “The Santa Claus Show”: a brand new Musical Theatre Workshop, SING! and also our popular Theatre Workshop.

The girls came home amped after a day with your team! They said it was the best holiday programme they had been on.” – Quote from the Houtwipper family

Your children will also have a photo opportunity with the cast and crew and receive a copy of our official poster, signed by our cast, to take home as a memento.

“This is the best school holiday programme I’ve ever been to. I want to come again!“ – Georgina 10yrs

The Santa Claus Show ’14 performances are running daily from 8 December to 20 December at 10:30am & 1pm. For The Santa Claus Show ’14 we offer the following workshops:

Dates:

Thursday 18th December

Sing! : Cost: $75  (full day)  8-14yrs,  9-3pm

Musical Theatre Workshop 8-14yrs full day. NEW: we now offer the children the opportunity to learn the skills of acapella! It’s so much fun, rewarding and assists with learning focus skills, developing the musical ear, a skill which is easily transferrable when it comes to the kids’ ability to learn any songs in the main production. Your children will see the show, learn the songs and perform. Traditional backstage tour opportunities have been incorporated.

Friday 19th December – Theatre Workshop 5-12yrs half day or full day

Option 1: 
 Cost: $55.00  (half day) 9am – 12.30pm*

Option 2: Cost:  $75.00 (full day) 9am – 3.00pm*

We offer full and half-day theatre workshop – activities include drama games, a backstage tour of a working theatre and hands-on workshops geared around the show. Plus tickets to see The Santa Claus Show ’14, by Tim Bray live on stage.

Instructors: Tutors from Tim Bray Productions’ creative team.

Venue: The PumpHouse Theatre, Takapuna.

Bookings:

Theatre Workshops (show included): Phone: 09 4862261 or email:youth.theatre@tbp.org.nz

Show Only: Phone  09 489-8360 or email: info@pumphouse.co.nz

* Early drop offs and late pick ups (half an hour max) are available for an extra fee of $10 for each half hour. Please discuss your option when booking.

 For bookings/info please contact TBP office on 486-2261 or youth.theatre@tbp.org.nz

NZSL NZSL Sign Language interpreted shows available – session times : Gala Opening Friday 12 Dec 5.30pm & Friday 19 Dec 10.30am

 

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