What’s On in South West London: 14 December – 20 December


SWLondoner provides your round-up of what South West London has to offer.


By Hayley Fox

Looking for something to get you in to the festive spirit this week? Have a look at SW Londoner’s what’s on guide.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: New Wimbledon Theatre

Until Sunday 13th January

Tickets: £10-£39.50

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a dazzling fairytale of a pantomime guaranteed to melt everyone’s hearts; watch as the beautiful Snow White and her seven little friends attempt to defeat the Wicked Queen. Will Snow White meet her Handsome Prince and save the day? Featuring spectacular sets, sparkling costumes, sensational songs, dazzling dance routines and bags of audience participation Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is guaranteed to be full of wonder and fun to delight audiences of all ages. Starring Priscilla Presley, Warwick Davis and Jarred Christmas

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Aladdin: Richmond Theatre

Until Sunday 13th January 2013

Tickets: £10-£55

Aladdin is guaranteed to delight the whole family with all the stunning sets, glittering costumes, wonderful songs and dazzling dancing that audiences have come to expect from a Richmond Theatre pantomime, topped off with plenty of laughter and audience participation. Starring Suzanne Shaw, Tim Vine and Helena Dowling.

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Christmas Concert With Christmas Carols: St Mary’s Church, Wimbledon Village, London SW19 7BP

Tuesday 18th December 2012 at 7:30pm

Tickets: £15 (price includes a mince pie and a glass of wine after the concert)

A carol concert in Wimbledon Village with the Vasari Singers, in aid of STEM4. The Vasari Singers one of the leading chamber choirs in London and the UK. Vasari performs regularly in most of London’s major concert venues and has taken part in numerous choral concerts and festivals, including the BBC Proms.

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Cinderella The Midnight Princess: Rose Theatre, Kingston

Until Sunday 6th January 2012

Tickets: £8-£26

Charles Way’s enchanting adaptation is perfect family entertainment, with something for everyone: a fairy godmother, wicked step-sisters, a handsome prince, a glass slipper and a struggling court composer called Mozart.

The cast features Faye Castelow as Cinderella, most recently on stage in Maureen Lipman’s production of Barefoot in the Park at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. Jack Monaghan (War Horse, West End) plays her Prince Sebastian.


Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink

Until Sunday 13th January

Tickets: Prices start from £8.50/£11 (child/adult)

Whether you gather a group of friends, plan a family treat, impress a new date or decide to make a day of it at this world-famous location, the Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink is one of the most magical locations for winter fun this festive season.

Situated on the banks of the River Thames, the Palace provides a perfect picturesque location for festive skating and even more so at night when it is beautifully illuminated.


Midnight’s Pumpkin: Battersea Arts Centre

Until Sunday 13th December

Tickets: From £15

As December resolutely rolls around, a right-royal-Kneehigh-knees-up will be landing in Battersea Arts Centre’s Grand Hall. Renowned theatre makers Kneehigh invite you to an evening of dancing, story-telling and celebration as they present Midnight’s Pumpkin, a seasonal show with a difference.

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