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December events in the Lake District

If you are looking forward to spending some quality time at the Lake District, then there are several events that are scheduled for this week and it is very likely that you’ll enjoy each one of them.

For starters, The Theatre situated next to the Lake in Keswick is planning to perform several plays during the week. One of the best ones seems to be “How the Koala Learnt to Hug”, but there are other performances that may be interesting as well. The shows will feature some very interesting and colourful characters, who will tell stories, involve the audience in games and even start a sing-along.

Another interesting event that is worthy of your time is the Lantern Parade which will be completely free. The show will start at the Market Square and will continue until it reaches the lake shore. The entire parade will be accompanied by lots of fire and music, so it will certainly be something spectacular.

The next event is organised by Keswick’s Theatre and it will certainly be appreciated by those of you who are interested in magic, and trying something new and interesting. The event’s start will be at the Market Square where five ethereal figures will guide residents of Keswick on their search of light.

If the weather conditions aren’t as good as expected, then you might want to have an option for indoor entertainment as well. Rheged, located between Penrith and Keswick, will offer the “Mokykidz” performance, which is great for children from 3-12 years old.

This is a performance which features a lot of dancing and physical exercises that will certainly be loved by young children. Another show that kids will love is the Mad Science Show which is held twice a week at Rheged.

Another great place to visit is the Trotters World of Animals which is 15 minutes away from Keswick. The place offers great entertainment for youngsters and adults alike, and the organizers have planned a wide range of interesting and interactive shows for the visitors.


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