Oomph Theatre will present Rapunzel, by Charlie Essex and Dan Hill, at The Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre in Bordon on December 19 at 2.30pm and 6pm, and December 20 at 2.30pm.

Locked away atop a tower, unaware of the power she holds within, Rapunzel of the extraordinarily long hair dreams of life beyond her prison in the sky. Will she discover the truth about her past? Can she defeat the evil Sorceress? Will she learn to weld her powers before it’s too late?

Bursting with music, magic, puppetry and projection, the tale of the girl with the famous golden locks is brought to life like never before. This heart-warming, hair-raising adventure is the perfect Christmas treat for the entire family.

For tickets, priced £5, visit www.phoenixarts.co.uk

The Phoenix’s Kids’ Christmas Cinema offering is The Polar Express (U) on December 21 at 2.30pm.

Santa Claus does not exist. Or does he? Late on Christmas Eve night, a sceptical young boy lies in his bed hoping to hear bells from Santa Claus’ sleigh, when to his surprise, the roar of a train is heard right outside his window.

Invited on board, the boy heads to the North Pole with other non-believing children, embarking on an extraordinary journey of self-discovery, friendship, bravery and the real spirit of Christmas.

For tickets, priced £4 (£14 for a group of four), visit www.phoenixarts.co.uk

Just Cool Cinema, hosted by the Phoenix at The Cube in The Shed, features Die Hard (15) on December 22 at 9pm.

New York cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) takes matters into his own hands on a festive visit to his wife in Los Angeles when hostage-taking robbers gatecrash a Christmas party.

For tickets priced £12, which includes a meal from Shack!, visit www.phoenixarts.co.uk