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The Fairy Who Fell Off The Christmas Tree

Written by Jessica Duffield, Annie Kirkman and Alice Palmer
Directed by Becky Hope-Palmer

She Productions comes to the rescue to stop this Christmas being ‘rubbish’ with

 The Fairy Who Fell off the Christmas Tree

It’s Christmas Eve and the Fig family are feeling festive.  
With decorations galore, the final touch is the Fairy on top of the Christmas tree.
It is little Freddie’s turn to do the honours but as she stretches onto her tiptoes she stumbles & Fairy tumbles to the floor.
“Never mind” says Fiona Fig, “we’ll buy a new one tomorrow”.
Will Bob the Bauble, Tina Tinsel & the rest of Decorations find a suitable understudy in time?
Or will Fairy be thrown in the bin forever? 
With a set made entirely out of recycled materials, this all-singing, all-dancing Christmas cracker is a reminder that being present is the most priceless gift you can give.

All performances are relaxed with acoustic sound and natural lighting to ensure our production can be enjoyed by everyone.
Running time: 1hr approx. (No interval/break)

Recommended Age 4+
Touring East Riding Libraries
4th -23rd December 2021
Tickets from £3.00
Babes in arms go free

Supported by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Arts Council England, Hesslewood Children's Trust and Beverley Town Council


4th December – Withernsea Library - 10.30am

8th December – South Cave Library – 4.30pm

11th December – North Bridlington Library – 11.00am

13th December – Cottingham Library – 5.30pm

14th December – Cottingham Library – 5.30pm

17th December – South Cave Library – 4.30pm

18th December – Beverley Library – 2.30pm

20th December – Bridlington Central Library – 10.30am

20th December - Bridlington Central Library – 2.30pm

21st December – Beverley Library – 6.00pm

23rd December – Willerby Library – 11.00am

23rd December – Beverley Library – 6.00pm


Covid 19: Are performances socially distanced?

We cannot guarantee that all performances will be socially distanced, although there is a reduced capacity audience at each library venue.  


Covid 19: What measures are you taking?

We will be following all government regulations around Covid-19. You can find the most up to date regulations on the government website. We ask that you do not attend if you are showing symptoms. Our performers and production team will take lateral flow tests before performances, during the tour and will act responsibly in any social situations throughout. We and the libraries will provide hand sanitiser at each performance and maintain a high-level of cleanliness. 


Covid 19: Do we have to wear masks?

We strongly recommend that adults wear face coverings throughout the performance and when moving around the venue.


Covid 19: Should I take a Lateral Flow Test before attending?

First, we’d like any adults attending to take a lateral flow test before attending the show, for peace of mind that you are unlikely to be infected. We won’t be asking for you to prove these tests on the door, however. 

If you can’t attend a performance because of a positive test, please contact us at, to discuss options, including transferring your tickets to an alternative performance. Please do so at least an hour before the performance begins. 




How long is it?

The Fair Who Fell Off The Christmas Tree is approximately 60 minutes long, with no interval.


Who is it suitable for?

Fairy is a family show suitable ages 4+. Any child or adult requires their own ticket, however babes in arms are welcome free of charge. All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.


Is there parking available?

Each venue has different availability for parking, it is always best to check your booked venue before attending the performance.


What time does the show start?

Start times vary, but are listed on the show pages and the ticket booking pages. Please check your tickets after purchase if you have any doubts.


When do doors open?

Doors open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. Please make sure you arrive at the venue in good time for the performance so that you can get comfortable for the show. Seating is unreserved and we kindly ask that you fill the venue from the front.


Do we have specific seats?

No, our seating is unreserved. There is no restricted view seating in each venue – all audience members will be able to see the performers.


Do you have any booster seats?

Sadly not, but you are welcome to bring a cushion.


Do venues have wheelchair access?

Yes. If you have any specific needs please contact us ahead of your visit.


Are there refreshments?

Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee that each library venue will have refreshments available for purchase. We recommend bringing your own should you require them.


Can I store my buggy or pram?

Yes, however space is limited at each library venue.


Is there a breakout area?

Yes, there is a quieter space which will be pointed out by our front of house staff, however it will not always be a separate room.


Is there a relaxed performance?

All of our performances are relaxed in so far as noise and movement are welcome in the audience throughout. 


Can I buy tickets on the door?

No, tickets should be purchased before the event at 


Is there a programme I can purchase?

We are trailing a sustainable production, so our programme this year is digital, follow this link to access it for free. 

If you have anymore questions please contact us at 

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