Alby the Penguin Saves Christmas

Alby the Penguin Saves Christmas


Alby isn’t just any penguin. Alby is a very special penguin. Alby is a snow-white penguin…

Cast off by his fellow penguins, Alby finds himself all alone at the South Pole. When he stumbles across Santa’s list of presents left behind in the snow, Alby realises that Christmas isn’t going to happen unless the list is reunited with its owner. But it’s going to take one very brave penguin to save the day…

Alby the Penguin Saves Christmas is an enchanting story full of music, puppetry and one very special penguin. The perfect festive treat for children aged 3 to 6 and their families.

Duration: 50mins with no interval

Book Tickets

All the performances of Alby the Penguin Saves Christmas have been designed as Relaxed. This means they are suitable for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed atmosphere, including people with Autistic Spectrum conditions.

You can out more about Relaxed performances here.

You can download a Visual Story for the show here...

...and a Venue Story here.

Book Tickets

An Oxford Playhouse and Reading Rep production.

Written and directed by Helen Eastman.

From an original idea by Hannah Groombridge.

The perfect festive treat for children aged 3 to 6 and their families

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