The Christmasaurus
  • West End

Starring Tom Fletcher, Harry Judd, Matt Willis, Giovanna Fletcher and Carrie Hope Fletcher

Featuring brand new songs from the imagination of Tom Fletcher

The debut novel from McFly star and bestselling children's author Tom Fletcher 'The Christmasaurus' comes to the London stage for a special Christmas spectacular next December 2017.

The show will take place at the Eventim Apollo London on Friday December 22nd 2017, featuring music, animation, magic and some very special guests (to be announced). This is a show for all the family and especially for children who believe in Santa Claus and are on the nice list!

Tom Fletcher will be joined on stage by the biggest star in the world; Santa Claus, accompanied by his singing and dancing Elves and of course, The Christmasaurus! Tom has written new original songs for 'The Christmasaurus Live' which makes him the first ever bestselling author to bring their book to life through music.

Based on the novel of the same name, The Christmasaurus is set on Christmas Eve, a story about the magical adventures of a boy named William Trundle and a most unusual dinosaur called the Christmasaurus. There are sleigh bells and singing elves, Santa Claus and flying reindeer, music and magic. Its a tale about adventure, family, friendship and discovering that the impossible might just be possible

Please note tickets will be sent around 10 days prior to the performance date.

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