It will be a white Christmas at the Bournemouth International Centreís (BIC) annual Christmas Gift Show as Chris Jarvis, who is starring in Bournemouthís pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, will be on hand to open the show! Open on Saturday 21st November between 10am-5pm and Sunday 22nd November in the BICís Solent Hall, between 10am-4pm, you can expect a festive and fun packed two day event with gifts galore.
This year the show is bigger and better than ever Ė and Father Christmas will also make an appearance with his fairy helper. With nearly 100 exhibitors offering gifts, demonstrations, competitions and workshops for adults and children, the show has Christmas all wrapped up for you under one roof! Gift ideas range from card making kits to oil paintings, exquisite jewellery to leather handbags, handmade soaps to homemade candles, Christmas decorations to teddy bears and even festive treats like chutneys and cheese.
Louise Burridge, Exhibitions Project Manager at the BIC and Pavilion said: ďChristmas will soon be here; make sure you are prepared by coming along to the show and picking up some unique gifts that you wonít see on the high street. Not only that, the show is a great day out for the family with activities, demonstrations and workshops.Ē
Chris Jarvis will be on hand for photos and visitors will also have the chance to win family tickets to see this yearís pantomime at the BICís sister venue, the Bournemouth Pavilion. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is directed by and stars CBeebies favourite Chris Jarvis as Muddles and Hi-De-Hiís Sue Pollard as the Wicked Queen.
There will be a Free Childrenís Party Zone with Mr Merlin and Oakey Dokey the Dragon and a disco and party games running throughout the weekend. There will also be a free demonstration zone for adults including working with clay, painting with watercolour and acrylic paints and paper crafts plus Art & Craft workshops in the Childrenís Activity Zone run by Little Splodges.
Tickets cost £2.50 for adults and £1.50 for seniors and accompanied children 16 and under. Look out for ticket offers on leaflets and in the local press. Tickets are available at the show.
For more information, please contact the show organisers, BIC Exhibitions on 01202 456400 or email@example.com.
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