THE Brewhouse’s legendary Christmas productions draw thousands every year and this year won’t be any different.

The Railway Children will appeal to everyone from families, to fans of the book and the iconic 1970s film.

Director of the production and Brewhouse Chief Executive, Vanessa Lefrancois said: “The Brewhouse’s year culminates with our popular Christmas musical which we produce with a talented professional cast and local young people’s ensemble.

The Railway Children is an iconic story about families, unification, love and compassion. Our adaptation is set in Somerset, starting and finishing on Christmas Eve, which adds to the magic of this festive show.”

The production tells the story of the Waterbury children, Roberta (Bobbie), Peter and Phyllis who move to a cottage in Somerset after their father is imprisoned.

They embark on a series of adventures when they discover a railway, run by affable station master Perks, near their new home.

The Brewhouse’s flagship Christmas show is set to be a treat for families across generations to enjoy together.

The Railway Children runs from December 9 until December 30 at The Brewhouse Theatre in Taunton at various times. Tickets cost £18.50.

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