A Very Bookworm Christmas show

The Flying Bookworms Bring their magic to some classic christmas tales!

The end of the year is coming, which means so is Christmas time!


Here at Bookwormland we love the holiday season and are very excited to present our Christmas show to you!


Our Christmas show is completely non-denominational, and has no religious elements to it at all. Education and Christmas combine!

We have carefully selected our three Christmas tales (The Night Before Christmas, Rudolph The Red-nose Reindeer and A Christmas Carol) to be inclusive to all students, and to focus on the fun, excitement and kindness of the holiday season.

As with all of The Flying Bookworm Theatre Company shows, our focus is on "motivating reading through theatre," so the big focus of the show is highlighting the magic of books, the ways we can interpret characters, and the fun of performing! 

And, as always there will be lots of audience participation, and even a few Christmas  songs!


The Stories:


The Night Before Christmas.


The classic story of preparing for Christmas morning, and catching a glimpse of the jolly old elf himself, is brought to life in typical madcap Bookworm fashion. With lots of rhyming, crazy characters and Christmas fun! 


Rudolph the Rednose Reindeer.


You've all heard the tale of Rudolph, the beloved reindeer who can't join in any reindeer games until one fateful night. And now you can see the adventure live on stage!


A Christmas Carol.  


HANS AND HELGA ARE BACK!

The Bookworms most beloved characters (from the tale of the 3 Billy Goats Gruff) return to tell you their favorite Christmas story! Hans loves the story but is a bit scared of ghosts, so Helga has the perfect solution no ghosts at all!

It's funny, it's silly and it's a very Bookworm Christmas. 

Performance Fee

 $395.00 per performance  (inc. G.S.T). This amount covers up to 60 students in a single session.If a single session has over 60 students please contact us for a price.
Please be aware all prices refer to single sessions.