The sparkling stage version of classic musical Miracle on 34th Street will play at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre from December 9-12.
Based on the 1947 motion picture, Miracle on 34th Street is the heart-warming story of Susan, a young girl who dreams of a father and brother to make her family whole, and Kris Kringle, a kindly old bearded man who claims he is the real Santa Claus.
When employed as a Santa at a department store grotto, Kris quickly spreads a wave of love through New York City, but can he help make Susan’s wish come true?
This dazzling musical is an uplifting family tale about what it truly means to believe.
The cast features Danny Lane as Kris Kringle, Hannah Thompson as Susan Walker, Claire Hawkins as Doris Walker, Carl Lindquist as Fred Gaily, Michael Adams as R.H Macy and Brendan Matthew as Marvin Shellhammer. The cast also includes Joanna Gregory, Emily Barnett-Salter, Charlotte Jay, Jessica Lucy, Kate Hulme, Jack Warren, Frank Derrington, Dann Kharsa, Toby Joyce and David Muscat.
Miracle on 34th Street is directed by Max Reynolds and choreographed by Russell Smith and Philip Joel, with musical direction by Lee Freeman, musical supervision by Mark Crossland and design by David Shields. It is produced by Paul Taylor-Mills Ltd.
Performances 7pm, Thursday matinee at 2.30pm, book via 01323 802020 or go to www.royalhippodrome.com.