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Your seats have been reserved in your name and you should collect the tickets from the Box Office when you arrive for the show. This starts at 3pm and will last around an hour and a half.

FACE COVERING Would Adults please bring a mask. These are only needed while you are moving around the theatre. Once in your seats you are welcome to remove them.

PARKING The theatre drive is on the Promenade. We are fortunate that currently their are free parking bays all along the promenade. At the theatre we have only a small car park which we like to keep clear for disabled drop-offs.

Prams & Wheelchairs We are not allowed to have prams or wheelchairs in the auditorium during the performance. We do have a small foyer where you may park them. This area is not supervised and therefore don't leave any valuables in them. Because of space we can only accomodate two or three at a time, so if you can leave yours in your car it would help.

You are most Welcome and we are looking forward to your visit.
We hope you enjoy the show.

Britain's premier Marionette Theatre regularly presents wonderful puppet shows including pantomimes at Christmas. The Harlequin is Britain's first and only permament theatre designed and built for puppets. Established 1958. Situated in North Wales between Llandudno and Colwyn Bay at Rhos on Sea the Harlequin Puppet Theatre presents a pantomime Christmas Show each year. The panto starts on Boxing Day. This is ideal family entertainment and delightful for children. It is not too far to travel from Cheshire, Chester, the Wirral, Merseyside and christmas pantomime bookings can be made online. The 2019 Christmas Show is Santa's Magic Toyshop. Also in the show is Mr Bimbamboozle with his magic tricks with a great deal of audience participation and help from the children. The show always ends with the Amazing Marionette Cabaret.