Swinton Park’s first Christmas concert in aid of The Prince’s Trust, with carols sung by Yorkshire Voices and readings from distinguished people from the region, followed by a four-course gala dinner in the renowned Samuel’s restaurant. Book tickets now to avoid disappointment.
Swinton Park, Masham 01765 6809000 www.swintonpark.com
Celebrate Christmas in costume by visiting this family-friendly Victorian extravaganza at Robin Hood’s Bay. Tombolas, exhibitions, guided walks and traditional light displays will be on offer, as well as beach welly wanging and treasure hunts.
Venues across Robin Hood’s Bay www.robin-hoods-bay.co.uk
5th December-10th January
A new production for the whole family from Mike Kenny. The classic fairy tale has all the traditional elements for a fabulous Christmas treat — a feisty young girl, a wicked stepmother, and a handsome prince – but this Cinderella has one big difference. It’s retold from the perspective of five all-singing, all-dancing rats.
Hull Truck Theatre, Hull 01482 323638 www.hulltruck.co.uk
A lovely festive, musical production perfect for children who are a little too young for panto. Every child can bring a letter for Santa and give it to him after the show — make sure to bring your camera to get a picture with the man himself!
Cast, Doncaster 01302 303959 www.castindoncaster.com
York Museum is holding a very special film night to raise funds for the York Museums Trust. Surrounded by Roman archival collections, gather the family around for a comedy evening with Home Alone and a Christmas themed buffet.
Yorkshire Museum, York 01904 687671 www.yorkmuseumstrust.org.uk
14th November - 20th December
Stroll around Leeds’ popular Christmas market for a truly festive experience. Grab some last-minute goodies for stocking fillers, and enjoy traditional German delicacies including gluhwein, bratwurst sausages, schnitzel, stollen, gingerbread, roasted nuts and candied fruits.
Millennium Square, Leeds 0113 395 0891 www.leeds.gov.uk