Christmas stocking fillers

It's not easy trying to find the perfect Christmas gift and let's face it nobody needs any more socks, so here's a little inspiration to make your present buying easier.

1. Buy a gift membership

A membership for the Centre is the Christmas gift that keeps on giving with priority booking on certain performances and 20% food and drink discounts in our bars and restaurant.

2. Sing along to Jersey Boys

For the singer in the family...this smash hit musical features hit after legendary hit including; Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Oh What a Night, Sherry, Walk Like a Man and more.

3. Give a gift voucher

For the theatre goer....put a smile on someone's face this year and give the gift of a live theatre experience. Vouchers can be used to buy tickets, food and drink and even buy memberships.

4. Laugh out loud with Eddie Izzard

For the comedy lover...the master of stand up, Eddie Izzard returns with an all-new show expanding on his own very unique, totally surreal view of life, love, history and his ‘theory of the universe’.

5. Book a backstage tour with a difference

For the adventurous...why not treat someone to a tour with a difference this Christmas and explore the inner-workings of the nation's most iconic buildings.

6. Watch a maddening Macbeth in March

Fancy something dramatic? Give the gift of drama. The National Theatre brings this epic, daring production of Shakespeare’s most intense tragedy to Cardiff next March.

7.  Have a 'cushty' dinner with Only Fools and Horses

Journey to The Nag's Head to meet the pride of Peckham for a 't'riffic' night out of wheeling, dealing and eating that starts from the moment you arrive. You'll love this brilliantly funny, fully immersive show.

8. Teens can tune in to YouTubers live

YouTube sensations WillNE and Stephen Tries embark on their first national tour with a 90-minute show packed full of mayhem, madness and plenty of laughs at each other's expense.

9. Laugh out loud at comedy genius, James Acaster

The master comic from Kettering with a Netflix series and countless TV and radio appearances under his belt brings his new show: Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 to the Centre, leaving rave reviews in his wake.