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Has anyone seen The Snowman stage show?

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WigWamBam Sun 26-Dec-04 20:09:54

A few questions if you have:

Is it any good?
Is it suitable for a 3.5 year old?
How long is the performance time?
Will it bore the adults rigid?

Thanks ...

ChristmasCracker Sun 26-Dec-04 20:11:17

Sorry haven't been YET am going with 2 kids aged 7 and 5 on the 23rd i think.

WigWamBam Sun 26-Dec-04 20:12:24

Just wondering whether it's worth taking dd to see ... she's never been to see a show before.

ChristmasCracker Sun 26-Dec-04 20:21:40

Well if it helps, i have taken my kids to other shows before. Dd1 has been to see the tweenies twice, bear in the big blue house and nutcracker and beauty and the beast ballet, all sine the age of about 3.

Dd2 has been to see bear in the big blue house when she was about 3 too.

They have always been fine especially at the tweenies and bear.

You are in brum aren't you ?? Were you going to se the snow man at the alex ?

soapboxingday Sun 26-Dec-04 20:43:55

Been three years in a row and absolutely loved it. The first year DS was 1.5 and DD3.5 and they were both transfixed the whole way through. They have loved it every year since

As for the adults - well suffice to say that me and DS were dripping in tears at the end where the snowman melts - howling

No the adults will not be bored I promise you!

WigWamBam Sun 26-Dec-04 20:46:46

I thoroughly expect to be howling by the end of it too! She was mesmerised by the animation - I, of course, cried my eyes out!

We were thinking of taking her to see it at the Rep in Birmingham.

ChristmasCracker Sun 26-Dec-04 20:48:33

Yeah sorry that is where we are going too, am sure me and my mom will cry buckets too

marz Mon 27-Dec-04 14:20:55

Yes, we went last yr with 2yr old and baby 4mths who was also transfixed!
Are going this w/e with now 3yr old and 1yr old going for free....and I can't wait!
It really is worth every penny.

WigWamBam Mon 27-Dec-04 16:13:50

Thanks ... it's starting to sound like I shall be booking tickets!

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