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The Revels return to Sanders this Friday!

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  December 11, 2008 02:55 PM

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DavidLeadsAudinSnow.jpg It doesn't get any more festive and jolly then seeing the Christmas Revels take to the stage. The Revels return to Cambridge for their 38th annual winter solstice celebration, this time featuring Thomas Hardy and rural England for its holiday inspiration. Familiar carols, anthems and rounds, country dances, and lots of old favorites in “novel” settings takes over Sanders Theater -- and audience members are encouraged to sing along!

To make the night even more complete, The Revels and UpStairs on the Square in Harvard Square offer a festive Christmas Revels Dinner Package (includes tickets and fixed-price meal). Take a moment to view the menus at online, and see if this is a better option.

The performances are too many to list -- 18 in all -- so take a peek online to see which best fits your schedule and get tickets to the best show in town this month! Tickets for adults are $52, $42, $25 and children under 12: $42, $32, $15. Free Parking for The Christmas Revels is available at the nearby Broadway Garage. Nearest T stop is Harvard Square on the Red Line. Contact Alan Casso at 617-972-8300 ext. 22 for information.

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