Our favourite Christmas hating green creature, The Grinch, comes to life on stage this festive season with an exciting UK tour! Based on the best-selling children's book and much-loved film adaptation, Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas follows the heart-warming tale of the Grinch, who decides to ruin Christmas for the town of Whoville.
Featuring the festive songs “You’re A Mean One, Mr Grinch” and “Welcome Christmas”, spectacular set designs and impressive costumes, How The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is a truly uplifting and energetic theatrical experience which will undoubtedly put you in the Christmas spirit!
Recommended Age: 4+
Running time: 85 minutes
Venue: The Alexandra (Birmingham)
Living alone with his his loyal dog Max in the dark caves of Mount Crumpit, the Grinch is a lonely a miserable creature who absolutley despises Christmas. When he hears the Christmas excitement from his cave, he decides to steal anything related to Christmas from the dwellers of Whoville. Disguising himself as Santa Clause and stealing from them during the night, he is briefly interrupted by a little girl Cindy Lou, but lies to her about his identity.
In the morning, the Grinch is puzzled to hear the people of Whoville respond to his bitterness with joyous Christmas songs. He then realises that perhaps there is more to Christmas than just presents; there is kindness and the act of giving. At the beginning of the musical we learn that the Grinch's heart is ‘two sizes two small’, but by the end his heart grows considerably...
Theatre tickets for Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas range from £13 to £65.50. The theatre has a capacity of 1,371 seats and it is divided into the Grand Upper Circle, the Dress Circle and The Stalls.
The Stalls: the area closest to the stage, The Stalls has some of the best seats in the house. Slightly cheaper seats can be found towards the back of theStalls where viewing is not quite as good.
The Dress Circle: as the area located just above The Stalls, The Dress Circle has some excellent seats with amazing views of the stage. The best seats are right at the front of the Dress Circle which allows you to get the best views of the stage.
The Grand Upper Circle: as the highest seats in the theatre and furthest from the stage, The Grand Upper Circle is located just above the Dress Circle and some of the cheaper tickets can be found in this section of the theatre. The cheapest tickets are probably to the back of the theatre, or the sides where there is slightly restricted viewing.
Tickets for London range from £13.00 to £65.90. The New Wimbledon theatre has a capacity of 1,670 seats. The theatre is split into the Stalls, the Dress Circle and Upper Circle.
The Stalls: the section of the theatre closest to the stage, some of the most premium seats in the theatre can be found here.
The Dress Circle: there are some of the best seats in the house in the Dress Circle with excellent views of the stage. These can be found closest to the safety rail. The seats further back are slightly cheaper given that they have restricted view.
The Upper Circle: this section of the theatre is very high up and furthest away from the stage. The best value seats can be found here.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas is showing from Tuesday 3rd December - Saturday 7th December 2019
Tue - Sat at 19:30
Wed and Thurs at 14:30
Sat at 12:00 and 15:30
Showing from Friday 1 November - Sunday 3rd November 2019
Fri at 19:00
Sat at 19:30
Sat - Sun at 12:00 and 15:30
Recommended age: 4+
Running time: 85 minutes
Warning: this performance may contain strobe lighting
Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham B5 4DS, United Kingdom, Birmingham1
Tuesday, 03 Dec
Wednesday, 04 Dec
Thursday, 05 Dec
Friday, 06 Dec
Saturday, 07 Dec