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2nd Dec 2012 10:16am | By Editor
Originally conceived for the Sydney Festival, this award-winning, critic-wowing, audience-stunning show makes its London debut at Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Twisting and turning its way around Hans Christian Anderson’s festive tale, the international cabaret sensation brings a wholly new take on the famed fable through her comedic, musical and theatrical skills.
A sterling alternative to a carol concert or traditional panto.
December 13-30. Wed-Fri, 7.30pm;
Sat, 6.30pm, 9pm; Sun, 2pm, 6.30pm, £15+
Tube | Waterloo
Photo: Jeff Busby
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