Tickets for next year's performances will appear here nearer the time.
Douglas Town Centre Management have teamed up with the awesome guys at ELS (for staging, sound and light), Tevir Group (for the use of Villiers Square), Rachael Harrop (for the live animals and some cast members) and volunteers from churches across the Isle of Man, to give you an unforgettable Christmas experience.
A live re-telling of the Christmas story.
Sing your heart out in the huge crowd to the sounds of the Salvation Army Brass Band.
Watch characters from the Christmas story slowly create that timeless scene of Jesus' birth.
Hear the churches Christmas Choir as we sing amongst you, rocking those harmonies.
Listen to the story expertly narrated from a stage.
And take advantage of the late night shops and cafe's as Christmas looms!
Frequently Asked Questions
When is it?
Christmas Live 2021 will probably be on the final late night shopping Thursday before Christmas. But that may change, so don't set your watch by it!
Who is it aimed at?
Anyone who wants to engage with the Christmas story, from toddlers to pensioners and everyone in between.
What time is it?|
2020 performances were 6pm and 7.30pm (although rain stopped the second show). Watch this space for next year.
How long is it?
Each performance lasts around 45 mins.
Do we need tickets?
Yes, probably free tickets next year, and donations at the door for charity.
Where is it?
Villiers Square, Douglas. (Half way between Marks and Spencers and the sea - just off Fort Street).
Is it religious?
The story presented is the Christian story of the birth of Jesus, but it is presented in a way that is accessible and enjoyable to all.
Who is putting this on?
Douglas Town Centre Management (part of Douglas Borough Council) are staging the event with the help of ELS, Tevir group, and many volunteers from the Island's Churches (particularly, but not only, the Douglas Churches Partnership)