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Ticket Countdown to Museumís Christmas Evenings Friday 16, Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 December 2011

Christmas Carols

01 December 2010

The ticket countdown has begun to Black Country Living Museum’s Traditional Christmas Evenings. Tickets still remain for Friday 16, Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 December 2011 and bosses urge visitors to book up fast to avoid disappointment. A Christmas card scene from the past springs to life as the Museum's gas and candlelit village complete with bell ringers, street organs and a brass band transports visitors back to the early 1900s. Hot roast chestnuts, traditional fayre, old-fashioned fish and chips, candy floss, toffee apples, traditional ale and mulled wine will tempt the taste-buds and give visitors a real taste of the past. Hot on the heels of last year’s highly successful sell out performance of Scrooge, Fizzog Productions present Snow White and the Two Dwarves (the other five are still in the pub!) – a traditional fairytale with a Black Country twist, packed throughout with sharp wit and imaginative humour. Three half hour performances will take place at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm in the Workers’ Institute. Deb Nichols from Fizzog Productions said: “We are delighted to return to the Museum for another Panto season. The response last year from audiences was overwhelming and we recognised many familiar faces as families return year after year to kick off the festive season with us. There is something special about performing at the Museum surrounded by the atmospheric and historic canalside village.”Treat yourself to an early Christmas present and choose from a tempting array of festive gifts and last minute stocking fillers. Stalls may include such festive goodies as homemade fudge and chocolate, fresh ground coffee and tea, decorative candles and lace and pottery, decorative boxes, antique jewellery, old fashioned wooden toys, wooden roses, decorative glass ware, homemade chutneys and quilted cushions. Media Relations Executive Fiona Carding said: "The Museum’s Traditional Christmas Evenings are the perfect way to begin your Christmas celebration. It’s how Christmas should be – full of atmosphere, magic and memories you’ll savour for many years to come.”

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