Pantomimes are an
essential part of the holiday season. Whether you’ve got kids in tow, or
friends and family who need entertaining, there is nothing quite like a show to
get you in the festive mood.
From traditional pantos to something a little different, we’ve scoured the country to find the most accessible shows for you this year. So, here is Quingo Scooters’ pick of the very best accessible pantomimes in the UK.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears, The London Palladium
Looking to get out and
about this festive season? Christmas is a wonderful time of the year, and a
good time to explore the great outdoors.
From sherry tours to magnificent gardens, woodland trails to unique Advent calendars, there’s something for everyone. Here is Quingo Scooter’s guide to the very best accessible Christmas tours and trails.
Countdown to Christmas with the Living Advent Calendar,
If you want a unique
and accessible Christmas experience, then this Advent trail in Saltaire, West
Yorkshire, is one of the best.
Is there anything better
to get you in a festive mood than a Christmas market? They bring together
everything that is best about the time of the year. Great food and drink, local
handicrafts and a warm atmosphere. And because they are often outside, they are
one of the most accessible activities you can enjoy this time of year.
But while we’ve seen a
rise in the number of the markets over recent years, they’re not all created
equal. And at a time of year when time and money is at a premium, you don’t
want to be wasting either.
The Romans founded
Valencia originally as a kind of retirement home for their bravest warriors.
And it’s not hard to see why plenty of people would have fought hard to try and
end up here.
It’s a beautiful,
historic city and one of the oldest on the Iberian continent. It is also often
unfairly overlooked, thanks to its noisy Catalan neighbour, Barcelona. So, here
is Quingo Scooters’ take on the best things to do in the city of Valencia.
Gaze in awe at some incredible Gothic architecture
Valencia is a city
built on trade and La
Lonja, the silk exchange building from the late 1400s, is an
excellent illustration of how wealthy it has been over the years.