Santa’s Busy Day
Jolly Good Productions present their Christmas Puppet Show at the Town Hall, Richmond ( North Yorks ) on Christmas Eve at 2pm.
The show lasts for approximately sixty minutes and is ideal for children ages four to eight years old but children of all ages are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
The show is a mix of clowning, puppets and storytelling with lots of audience participation. Younger children will love the Christmas characters and joining in with all the fun.
There will be a collection afterwards for the Mayor’s charity.
Christmas Puppet Show
Book this show for your next Christmas party.
Book early for next year.
Are you looking for a children’s entertainer / kids entertainer for a Christmas party in Richmond, Catterick Garrison, Barnard Castle, Northallerton or surrounding areas. Call Jolly Good Productions:
Tel 01748 821621 for a FREE quote.
Not really! I love Christmas but I hate the way it starts earlier every year. We’ll soon be hearing Christmas music in July. I feel like a hypocrite when I complain like this because as an entertainer I am often engaged in Christmas store promotions of one kind or another and could easily be the one playing ” Merry Xmas Everyone ” and encouraging you all to spend your money even before the last of the autumn leaves have fallen. Last year ( December 2009 ) was our busiest Xmas season ever so I would like to give one small piece of advice. If you are going to be having a Christmas Party for your company or organisation and you want good Christmas Party Entertainment for children, book early. There are only three weekends before Xmas and children’s entertainers get booked up quickly. Book now if you can!
Call me old fashioned but I love Christmas. It’s a magical time. Even though my own kids are adults now, the magic is still there. For children Christmas is incredibly exciting and of course the central character is Father Christmas or Santa Claus. Unfortunately kids grow up fast these days so its nice to let them enjoy their belief in Santa for as long as possible. For me there is no excuse for a shoddy Santa. Playing the role of Father Christmas is important. How often have you seen Santa wearing brown shoes, black hair poking out from under his wig, his everyday clothes showing from under his tunic etc etc. This is all very bad. Kids are observant and they do notice these things. If you are asked to do the job at a Christmas Party Entertainment or event, please do it properly.
The Magic of Christmas – Santa Claus
A good Santa should have a costume that fits properly, the correct footwear ( either black boots or wellies – clean of course ), white gloves, a decent wig and beard and either a hat or hood which will stay on. If you are taking the job on don’t leave it until the last minute. Make sure the costume has been to the cleaners and that you have everything you need. Try it on and get into the role. Santa is jolly and friendly so think about how you are going to act and what you are going to say. Don’t cuff it. It goes without saying, no alcohol please.
Lets all make an effort and campaign for good Santas for children everywhere!
What was your worst experience of a shoddy Santa ?