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Christmas For Kids says 'Thank You'

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Christmas for Kids (C4K) is a charity that brings interactive theatre shows to children’s hospices at Christmas time, free of charge. C4K was founded in 2009 and since then has produced and performed over 175 shows for more than 5,000 children and their families in children’s hospice care.


Our shows are specially designed to be multi-sensory, interactive, fun and accessible - comprising live singing, storytelling, puppetry and lots of silliness!

Our audiences are unique in the range of disabilities they have and their needs,from life-limiting illnesses to profound multiple learning difficulties; the unifying factor is that they are unable to attend the theatre at Christmas time, so we bring the theatre to them, to their families and their carers.


"Events like this are so important, especially in the run up to Christmas which is a really difficult time for the families. The hospices don't have the funding to provide this kind of entertainment for the kids so to have companies like 'Christmas for Kids' coming in to do it (for free) is a godsend for them." -

Rebecca Dickson - Palliative Care Nurse Specialist, South East England.

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