How to book the tickets?


   You can telephone us on:    +44 (0) 20 7249 6876


   You may email us:


   You may book online by clicking the link 'Book Now' which

   is below each show on the home page.

   Payment is with a card through PayPal.

   Paypal website is secure.

  You will be sent an email confirming the booking.

  PayPal will send you an email confirming payment.

  You do not have to worry about a ticket.

  When you arrive at the barge just give your name and you

  will be given a ticket.

  One of the puppeteers will show you to your seat.


  Please note: Seats will be allocated on a 'first come-first serve'

  basis and arranged so that children do not sit behind adults,

  this is in order to insure that they get a good view. At all times

  children will be given preference in the seating arrangements.

  Generally adults are seated down the sides and children down

  the centre. Adults not accompanied by children are seated to

  take account of the children's view.


  The shows are not suitable for babies. If you have to bring a

  baby it is imperative that you inform the box-office prior to

  booking.This is to insure that you can be seated conveniently

  should you have to take the child out if he or she is disturbing

  the others.


  Children from 2 years up require a child ticket.


  If you particularly want a printed ticket prior to the performance

  please email us at: 

  There is a charge for this service.


  Ticket prices:

  Children                £8.50

  Seniors:              £10.00 

  Adults:                 £12.00

  Credit & debit cards accepted




  Phone if you need any further information

  +44 (0)20 7249 6876

  Conditions of Sale

  1) The management reserve the right to refuse admission.

  2) The management reserves the right to alter or amend the programme as  

      necessary as a result of unforseen circumstances.

  3) Once purchased tickets cannot be exchanged or money refunded

  4) Latecomers may be refused entrance.



                                                                     Scrooge checks the box office receipts



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