The JdP Christmas Show: Supermarket Scrooge


Supermarket Scrooge is the warm-hearted, wacky tale about the true meaning of Christmas and the challenge of the last-minute seasonal food shop.

Meet Emily Scratchett, working for ‘Scroogeways’ Supermarket on Christmas Eve for paltry wages, and her boss Wilhelmina Scrooge. Up to now Wilhelmina has always discounted Emily’s loyalty but soon learns to bag a friend for life!

Sing along with a feast of Christmas Dinner puppets and fill up your Nectar Card of love in this new pantomime presented by Wild Boor Ideas, who brought you last year’s successful Winnie and Wilbur Christmas Adventure (‘The best, most magical, bonkers and enchanting Winnie and Wilbur show ever!’ Korky Paul: illustrator of Winnie the Witch).

Starring Emma Boor, Amantha Edmead and Ceri Ashcroft
with music by Hannah Rhodes and direction by Euton Daley

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

Book Tickets

Book Tickets

Venue: JDP Music Building

St Hilda’s College, Cowley Place, Oxford OX4 1DY


To book a Wheelchair Space, please call 01865 305 305

Under 1s Go Free (Ticket Required)


Special Access Performance

Relaxed performance for audiences with SEN available on Thursday 19 December at 2pm with BSL. 

(Child £8 / Carers Free)

This can only be booked directly with the JDP: 01865 286 660 /

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