The Night Before Christmas – CBBC

Our fantastic Molly and Mack regulars Joshua Haynes and James MacKenzie will appear in CBBC’s annual Christmas Show, The Night Before Christmas. The show will be recorded at the Theatre Royal Plymouth in October, in front of an invited local audience, and will air on CBeebies and BBC iPlayer on Saturday 11 December. More information can be found, here.

‘Audiences will follow the adventures of Holly and her brother Jack on Christmas Eve, as they send their wishes to Father Christmas. But then they have to deal with the mischievous Wish Taker who steals those wishes, leading Holly to travel far and wide in search of them. Will she succeed and ensure Father Christmas has all the wishes in time for Christmas Day? Tune in to find out…’


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