01/12/2017

Christmas at the Tibidabo Amusement Park

Shows, cinema and activities for the whole family fill the special Christmas programming that starts this Saturday 2 December

The Tibidabo Amusement Park has now published its family activities and shows schedule for the Christmas season, which will start on 2 December and run through 5 January.
Special highlights of the programming for this Christmas season include the Christmas Marramangu, Els Pepsicolen’s show with MC Pep Callau; the 4D film The Little Prince and the LEGO Education Creativity Workshops at Creatibi.

Special Christmas shows and activities
Christmas Marramangu
From 2 December 2017 to 5 January 2018 at 4.30 pm (on days when the Park is open)
Once again the company and friends of the Tibidabo Amusement Park, Els Pepsicolen, with MC Pep Callau, present a festive show for the Christmas holidays, combining a theatrical story and live music to enjoy the Christmas spirit with the whole family with excitement, the magic of theatre and savoir faire of this iconic company. After the show Il·lusions (Hopes), based on Dickens’ tales, after the staging of Pastorets (traditional theatre on the birth of Jesus and shepherds), after theatre art by Folch i Torres, a show as pure and new as the virgin show commences, the Christmas Marramangu.

An explosive blend of all the good and best of the Pep Callau Company and Els Pepsicolen. A shaking, unstoppable and surprising staging, where improvisation becomes a show, a show in which the audience takes part, because everyone is a star. It is absolutely unique to experience this party, an explosion of emotions shared with the whole family that will imprint the spirit of Christmas on every last member of the audience's eyes.
 
Christmas Tibimarionetarium
From 2 December 2017 to 5 January 2018 (on days when the Park is open)
A Christmas puppet show starring the most famous characters from the Marionetarium, accompanied by other classics and other characters newly created just for the occasion like the Tibidabo mascots, at which music and snow will also play their roles.

Julio Jaleo, Bròquil Samfaina, the Snow Grandma, Maestro Semprini, the Tibidabo Mascots, the Snow Doll, the Guitarist and Accordionist, Santa Claus and Karam will all be turning up for the special occasion too.

Creativity workshops at the LEGO Education Creatibi
From 2 December 2017 to 5 January 2018 (on days when the Park is open)
In the Free Play area, boys, girls and families can adorn the space with the decorations they build using LEGO Education pieces. There will even be a Christmas tree on which to hang the most creative ornaments. Further, they can all participate in the Christmas Creativity Workshops, which are held throughout the day and adapted to different age ranges: 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12 years old.
 
The Little Prince in 4D cinema at Dididado
From 23 December 2017 to 5 January 2018 (on days when the Park is open)
A long-time classic, The Little Prince, is back with an extraordinary adventure! Visitors can relive the magic of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s lovely uplifting story and enter into this spectacular journey, flying next to the courageous heroes, travelling to the planet of music, waking the friendly stone giant and dodging the iron clutches of a fierce dragon. Visitors can enjoy a fantastic journey beyond their wildest imaginations…

The Parties
The Granny and Grampa Party on 27 and 28 December
Tibidabo is hosting the fourth edition of the Granny and Grampa Party, giving free entry to all couples made up of a grandparent and a grandchild who come to the Park together.  Thus, the Park would like to honour grandparents as educators of children, which is why we are inviting them to the Park together and to all the rides and shows.
Anybody 60 years or older can also enter the Park for free on these two days.
 
Song for Peace on 29 December
‘Song for Peace’ is a charity party done by the Tibidabo Amusement Park that is in its 21st edition this year. It is one of the oldest parties celebrated at the Park and its aim is to foster values such as tolerance, solidarity and respect among children in a lovely song calling for world peace.
The party will be held on 29 December and on this day couples made up of an adult and a child (up to 14 years old) can enter the Park for free, provided that they arrive before 11.30 am and each make a 2 euro donation to UNICEF (with which the Park has had a collaboration agreement since 2012).

Every year, recognised public and cultural figures take part in the party as ‘Ambassadors of Peace’. They help to convey the message to support tolerance, solidarity, respect for children and world peace.     
The boys and girls who visit the Park this day write texts calling for world peace in the ‘Tibidabo Book of Peace’ and the Ambassadors of Peace are in charge of picking some of the messages the kids write and publicising them as spokespersons of the message of peace.  
 

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