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There's a seven foot Snowman in town and he's come all the way from the North Pole to meet you! He's here on holidy with his friend Ulla the Elf and together they are looking for a name for the Snowman, so they'll be asking everyone for ideas.
Snowman likes to stop for a chat, but he also loves to "move it", so he'll probably try to get you dancing along to some of the great music on his built in sound system
(Snowman has amplified voice, articulating mouth and can be lit with LEDs at night.)

video link :  https://vimeo.com/185688562

The Xmas Express

The "Xmas Express" is on the road and heading your way! Santa’s favourite Elf is out and about, picking up presents for the big day and entertaining along the way, with balloons  and Christmas jokes. Smaller children may well get to ride on the sledge - but only if they've been good!
(Sledge can be pushed or pedalled and a high quality, onboard sound system can add jolly Christmas music if appropriate. The Xmas Express is easy to carry up stairs and will fold to fit in the smallest lift.)
Video link :  https://vimeo.com/185683227

The Xmas Express can be lit with LEDs at night...


This rib-tickling, walkabout act, is actually performed by one stilt walker with an ingenious costume. Featuring tricks, juggling, music and balloons, it’s guaranteed to bring a smile to your face this Christmas!

No wonder Santa is grumbling about the weight of the sack on his back- there’s a rather large and lively Elf sitting on top of it, getting a free ride!


The magical Christmas tale of the Nutcracker is brought to life in this highly original walkabout performance. The Nutcracker soldier marches to regimental music from his built in sound box, but when the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” begins to play, a door in his hat opens to reveal a beautiful ballerina, twirling around in her own sumptuous ballroom. The Soldier is transformed and also begins to dance in time, until the music stops and he returns once more to his marching.