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Hodman and Sally at Christmas

A warm and funny Christmas walkabout act, Hodman and Sally fill their backpacks full of festive laughs and make their presents make a booking enquiry flying buttressesfelt at your event! This unique street theatre act features beautiful illuminated costumes and interactive puppetry performances.

News of Christmas was slow to reach the shores of Oblivia (home of Hodman and Sally) and although some of the details may have been lost in translation, the locals have been keen to embrace it’s varied traditions! (In fact, the custom of distracting your neighbour with awful singing, whilst an accomplice climbs down their chimney and helps themselves to their milk and biscuits, has become an overnight sensation.)

Frothed up in a festive fervour, Hodman and Sally have taken seasonal jobs as elves at Santa’s toy factory. When it comes to little helpers, nobody helps quite as little as Hodman and Sally. But now they’ve realised it’s actually Santa who gets all the credit for their hard work – and he only works one day a year!  So they’ve stuffed their backpacks with presents and set off to deliver them, spreading the joy of Christmas themselves.

Hodman and Sally are a fantastic interactive Christmas act, perfect for Christmas markets, and to engage shoppers as Christmas entertainment at shopping centres and town centres. This original street theatre act has a huge visual impact at festive parades and Christmas light switch-ons and is a really unique experience for guests at bespoke Christmas events.

Will Sally finish knitting Hodman a Christmas jumper this year or she just spinning him a yarn?

“Thank you so much for all the incredible entertainment you provided on Sunday for Christmas on the Cobbles. You were both absolutely amazing and the visitors loved you! I’m so happy we were able to get you to Aylesbury – finally!!!”
Siobhan Collins, Aylesbury Town Council

“We absolutely loved your act, and it was so well received.”

Caitlin Holme, Manchester BID