A Little Angel Theatre production

Fri 22 November 2019 – Sun 2 February 2020
See Diary for performance times

Location: Theatre.

It’s Christmas Eve on the farm, and the chickens, pigs and cows are fast asleep. Inside the farmhouse, the fire is roaring and a delicious, steaming pudding is left out on the windowsill…

When Charlie and her dad move to the farm from the city, everything seems to go wrong. Dolly the cow’s in a grump, there’s not an egg to be found, and even the cockerel has stopped crowing! If only they’d paid attention to the mysterious note left on their windowsill about a curious pixie and the pudding she likes to eat on Christmas Eve…

This brand new musical brings a tale from Scandinavian folklore to life with puppetry, original music and a sprinkling of pixie magic.

Age guidance:

The Pixie and the Pudding is aimed at ages 4 – 11. A magical, musical family show with a storyline accessible for children of four and over, it explores ideas of tradition, rural life verses city life, friendship and being kind. Younger children may not follow everything.

View diary & book tickets

£15 Full-price Adults
£13 Children (age 1 – 15) and Concessions
Family ticket offer: £52 for 1 adult + 3 children or 2 adults + 2 children
All tickets £8 for previews Fri 22 – Fri 29 November 2019
Friday Fives: all tickets £5 at 5pm on Fridays

Running Time: 50 mins approx

School Bookings
Call box office on 020 7226 1787 to make a school booking.

Tickets for school groups are £6.50 per person (weekdays only).

Relaxed Performances:
Saturday 14 December, 2pm
Call the box office on 020 7226 1787 to book for a Relaxed Performance.
Call the box office to enquire about booking a weekday Relaxed Performance for a school.

What is a Relaxed Performance? Find out more here.

The visual story for The Pixie and the Pudding will be available shortly.

What is a visual story? Find out more here.

Written by Barb Jungr and Samantha Lane
Directed by Samantha Lane
Music and lyrics by Barb Jungr
Set and costume designed by Mila Sanders
Puppets designed by Lyndie Wright
Lighting designed by Sherry Coenen
Performed by Gilbert Taylor and Nix Wood