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  1. Sounds like a wonderful Christmas! I’m taking Seren to see a kids’ version of the Nutcracker on Saturday – I can’t wait! The show you went to at the Dugdale – was it Christmas Tales from the Shed? I took Imogen (I’ve been to various Tales from the Shed shows over the years so knew what to expect) – she loved it. I love that it’s interactive and they can get down to the stage – as she doesn’t really sit still!

    • Oh a kids version of The Nutcracker sounds great, I took my mum to see the original was amazing, she’s going to love it! Yep that’s exactly the one it was, the kids loved it but I didn’t feel like it was really Christmassy, both of them where up there playing and dancing but again for the price and it being so local you can’t complain.

  2. What a lovely Christmas! You packed so much in, I bet the little guy had a fabulous time. Its a shame about not knowing the pre-book at the events at the country house, but it sounds like you had a lovely time regardless. I love the Nutcracker too, you’ve reminded me to try and book for next Christmas 🙂 Great post, thanks for sharing it on #MarvMondays. Emily

    • We did get a lot in, although I did want to go and see the lights in Central London but just didn’t have the time. I think where I work in London Bridge I get a bit lazy on the weekend and don’t want to make that same journey! Just to let you know I think the tickets go on sale for The Nutcracker in April or May, I nearly missed them because I thought they went on sale in June! x

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