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Panto with a twist at the Wetland Centre

Published: Friday 12th of December 2008

A wet and wild London attraction is to celebrate Christmas with an unusual pantomime production this year.

The London Wetland Centre is to play host to The Frog Who Hated Christmas from December 19th to 22nd as part of its festive events.

Featuring Sir Rabbit and the grumpy frog of the title, the show looks set to delight audiences in the unique setting of this much-loved visitor experience.

Father Christmas will also be on hand in his cabin grotto on December 20th and 21st, giving out goody bags and posing for photographs.

The London Wetland Centre is run by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, which champions the conservation of wetlands across the UK for the benefit of both the resident wildlife and human visitors.

LondonPass holders can gain free admission to the London Wetland Centre, located in Barnes on the western edge of the capital, making a saving of £8.95 for adults and £4.95 for children.

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