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fff After a sold-out run at this year's Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival - for which they were nominated for a Best Ensemble award - Ghost Train Willy are bringing their comedy show Rhubarb Crumble to the Loose End Studio at the Civic Theatre Tallaght. Previews of the show start on November 26 and it runs until November 29. Tickets are €14 and are available from www.civictheatre.ie.

fff Dublin's Disney store has launched its annual charity campaign and has partnered with Children in Hospital Ireland to donate soft toys as part of its Letter to Santa campaign. The Share the Magic initiative invites families to post their own Letter to Santa at Dublin's Grafton Street Disney Store. For every letter that is posted, a soft toy is donated to a child through Disney Store's chosen national charities, so grab the kids and start writing some letters!

fff Linda Martin, Simon Delaney, Fair City's Ryan Andrews, Al Porter and latest pop sensations Hometown are starring in this year's panto Aladdin at the Olympia Theatre. Featuring a hilarious, all singing, all dancing cast, this is definitely a panto for all the family. Aladdin runs at the Olympia Theatre from December 17 until January 4. Tickets priced between €22 and €36 including booking fee are on sale now from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

fff Elf The Musical - based on the film starring Will Ferrell - will take to the stage at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre from December 16 to January 10. Love/Hate's Aoibhinn McGinnity will take the female lead as Jovie the elf and West End star Ben Forster will star as Buddy the Elf. Tickets are priced between €20-€60 and are on sale from www.bordgaisenergytheatre.com.


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