Nativity! The Musical
Watch Nativity! The Musical, the stage adaptation of the cheeky holiday film that features a high school teacher trying to get the school nativity play made into a Hollywood film.
Why Watch Nativity! The Musical
Written and directed by Debbie Isitt, Nativity! The Musical returns to the West End, just in time for Christmas. This stage adaptation of the enjoyable holiday film (also created by Debbie Isitt) promises just as many laughs, tears and a whole lot of Mayhem in Bethlehem!
It's that time of the year again when all the children rally round to get a coveted part of the school's nativity play. In Coventry, Mr. Maddens has been put in charge of making this year's nativity a musical extravaganza, and much better than the previous year. Mr. Maddens plans to do just that and more! Not only will St. Bernadette's School get a five-star review but the show will also have a Hollywood producer come watch and hopefully turn it into a film.
Turning the schoolchildren into stars overnight proves to be a lot more work for Mr. Madden and his quirky assistant, Mr. Poppy. Will they be up to the task and make everyone's Christmas wishes come true? Watch Nativity! The Musical to find out!
Families with Children | Fans of Musicals | Fans of Christmas Stories | Fans of Comedies
“Sparkle and shine!” chorus the children of the fictional St Bernadette’s Catholic primary school, Coventry. And my, does Debbie Isitt’s stage spin-off to her hugely successful Nativity! film series do just that.
Christmas has arrived even earlier than usual this year than usual with this likeable stage version of the 2009 British festive favourite.
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Know Before You Go
The Eventim Apollo has a seating capacity of 3,487.
Strictly prohibited. If you'd like to grab a meal before or after the show, check out our guide to the 30 Best Restaurants in West End.
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theatre is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
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Eventim Apollo, 45 Queen Caroline Street, London