Excited about Christmas 2014 but not sure how to spend it with your friends and family in Leicester? Here at QM Coaches we have compiled this handy run down of the most exciting events that will be kicking off near you…
Monday 17th November-January 2015
This event was great fun last year, and we’re sure that in 2014 it is going to be bigger and better than ever before. You’ll find it at the heart of the city centre throughout December and into January.
Terrific fun for the entire family!
Friday 28th November-Saturday 17th January
It isn’t the hills that are alive with the sound of music this Christmas but Leicester, with this brand new production of one of our favourite Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals comes to Curve.
This heart warming tale of the young nun Maria and the Von Trapp family hiding from the Nazi’s within wartime Austria features some of musical theatre’s all-time classics, including Do-Re-Mi, My Favourite Things and Climb Ev’ry Mountain.
Monday 1st December-Wednesday 24th December
This is your best opportunity to introduce your kids to Santa Claus this year, where they will receive a gift as well as enjoy the chance to play amongst the fluffy artificial snow of the Snowglobe Experience.
You’ll find it located between Debenhams and the Disney Store within the lower mall, Highcross Shopping Centre.
Friday 5th December, Doors: 7.15 p.m.; music starts 8 p.m.
Performing some of our favourite carols and traditional Christmas songs, Bella Hardy (the current BBC Folk Singer of the Year) is joined by Anna Massie (guitar), James Lindsay (double bass) and Angus Lyon (keyboards) for their annual Christmas tour.
Here at QM we can’t think of a better start to the festive period than this treat, suitable for the whole family.
To find out more about arranging coach travel to any of these events, either for an office Christmas celebration or for your family and friends, give us a call today on 0116 260 3979.This entry was posted in News and tagged Christmas in Leicester 2014, coach hire Leicester, What's on Leicester. Bookmark the permalink.