Junior & Senior Infants class trip to Wexford Arts Centre  to see “Santa and the Present Pirates” €9.00 per child. Payment option available on Easy Payments.

Santa and The Present Pirates

City Theatre Company presents
SANTA AND PRESENT PIRATES by Shay Healy & Michael Scott


SANTA  and  his  Chief  Elf  POGGLE  have  packed  the  sleigh  full  of presents  at  the North Pole late on Christmas Eve, Doc is faithful dog keeping guard. Santa sits down to have some tea and biscuits before they set off and he falls asleep in his favourite chair.
When  he’s asleep CAPTAIN  CRABBE and  his crew of wicked Pirates sneak  in and steal all the Christmas presents and Doc, Santa’s  dog gets kidnapped as well ‘cos he was hiding in the presents keeping guard. When Santa wakes up there’s no evidence of who took the presents, except for a big black flag over the fireplace with a skull and cross bones drawn on it. It can mean one thing only….The Present Pirates!

SANTA, POGGLE the elf, TWINKLE the fairy try to track the pirates down, rescue Doc and get the presents back and save Christmas before it’s too late.  Together they embark on a series of adventures taking them to the pirate cave,  where they  meet  a  host  of  colourful  characters  –  the  madcap  Tucans,  MYRTLE  THE MERMAID,  who  help  –  and    hinder  –  them  in  their  search  for  the  evil  CAPTAIN CRABBE  and the presents before CAPTAIN CRABBE has time to DOC the Dog  to his pet shark….
This fantastic production mixes music, song, puppets and actors in a magical adventure for Christmas.


The music and lyrics are all live for SANTA & THE PRESENT PIRATES and can be downloaded here – www.citytheatredublin.com

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