Congratulations, Mama! You’ve made it past the projectile vomiting, fidgets, tears and tantrums. Finally, you have a fully-functioning family to take to the movies, a concert, or — dare we say it — even the theatre. What a feeling!
The only trouble is that you’re so overwhelmed with excitement, it’s difficult to know where to start. So, let us help you find the perfect show for your family to enjoy this Christmas.
Christmas Events in Perth
Roxy Lane Theatre, Maylands, 27 November – 12 December
Be quick to secure your tickets to this unique Christmas pantomime featuring quirky characters like Queen Miserables and Fairy Jinglebell. Family tickets only $50.
His Majesty’s Theatre, Perth, from 18 November-12 December.
“A fairy tale ballet for princes and princesses of all ages.”
This timeless tale will be a magical experience for all budding ballerinas. There are matinee performances for those who prefer a daytime show. If you don’t mind a restricted view, purchase tickets from just $30.
Limelight Theatre, Wanneroo, from 25 November-9 December.
“Plenty of laughs, dance and songs.”
Community theatre at its best; this show is for young and old. Tickets are selling fast, so don’t delay.
RAC Arena, Perth, on 10 December.
“A charming and delightful score performed live to film by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.”
Everyone loves this holiday movie and what a wonderful way to experience the true soundtrack of Christmas. Junior tickets up to 14 years.
B-Shed – Victoria Quay, Fremantle, on Saturday 11 December.
“A free Christmas concert for all ages.”
Just turn up to this free event, starting early for the kids and then moving on to some smooth jazz. There are plenty of activities including a special visit from Santa Claus.
Burswood Park, Burswood, on 18 December.
“Free community carols featuring the Perth Symphony Orchestra and talented vocalists.”
There’s plenty of summer activities to keep the kids entertained before the show. Why not bring a picnic too!
The Dickinson Centre, Swanbourne, on 19 December.
“An enchanting Christmas story meets the magic of live orchestral music.”
When a snowman comes to life, a little boy is taken on an adventure through an arctic landscape to meet with Santa Claus. A truly special introduction to classical music for your little ones.
The Regal Theatre, Subiaco, from 22-29 December.
“A magical Christmas pantomime.”
For those looking for something different to do this Christmas Eve, this show plays over the Christmas period. Be aware, it contains strobe lighting, haze and smoke.
We hope you enjoy this upcoming season of Christmas magic, fairy tales, and wonder for the whole family.
Why not get started on your Christmas Shopping with these Christmas Markets.