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A Festive treat for you and your family...

We've extended our dates! Margot's Magical Winter Wonder Party is now available from today until 27 December for your viewing pleasure!

After a long year, we feel like we all need a big party to shake it off! Which is why Pegasus is delighted to be bringing an online festive theatre party to your homes.

Margot’s Magical Winter Wonder Party is a brand-new, virtual performance for young families. Created and performed by the award-winning Filskit Theatre, who brought Breaking the Ice to Pegasus last year, this enchanting show is inspired by the extraordinary events of 2020. It’s a celebration of the here and now – bringing the winter party to your homes.

Our story recaps the lost events of 2020 and seizes the opportunity to put all those missed moments into one mega party, using physical comedy, original music, magical lights and puppetry.

This is a digital show. You will be sent the link upon purchase and can view it as many times as you like until 27 December.

This show is aimed at ages 4 to 7 but may be enjoyed by a wider age range.

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