For the second year in a row, The North Pole is at over capacity and
Santa’s Head Elf has returned to Cobh as their private outpost to
make sure the boys and girls of Cork get their toys in time for
Christmas. He has also recruited a band of real Cork Elves to run the
show. The Elf Express (secretly disguised as Cobh Road Train) will
re-join it’s Elf colleagues at the North Pole’s Cork Outpost in

Children of all ages have been invited by the Head Elf to visit the
Cork Elves and Santa Claus for a fun and imaginative theatrical
production at a secret location – Cuskinny Court, Cobh, until 23rd December 2014.


ONLY A FEW SLOTS REMAIN so book soon to avoid disappointment.

Boarding the Elf Express, visitors travel to a magical
Elf hideaway were they will be greeted by the Cork Elves Shinny
Sheppard, Christy Ring-a-Rosie, Jimmy Barry-Burpey and friends.

The Cork North Pole Outpost Experience encourages families to take a
magical journey back to a time where Christmas was about creating
magical memories together. During the 90 minute theatrical experience,
visitors will assist the Elves as they journey from trainee to fully
certified toy maker, through toy making, gift giving and learning how
to be a good elf.

What happens at The Cork North Pole Outpost?
•       Arrive at the Elf secret Outpost and take a magical journey on The
Elf Express
•       Be greeted by the Cork Elves and let them guide you through their
busy outpost and see their mischief for yourself
•       Enroll as an E.I.T (Elf in Training) and find out some essential
Elf skills in Elfversity
•       Cork Elves loooove music – join in and jam with them in the Elf
Bunk room
•       Visit the Elf workshop where you can help the busy Elves build
toys and prepare for Christmas Eve
•       See what festive treats Mrs. Claus is baking in the Christmas
Kitchen and help her make more tasty treats, whilst parents can enjoy
some festive refreshments too!
•       Meet Santa himself in his study, although he may have developed a
bit of a Cork accent after hanging around with the Cork Elves! If your
name is on the good list you might just get a present too!
•       Write your letter to Santa and post it at the Cork Elf Post

What is different this year?
•       The entire script of our theatrical experience is different this
year so families will be brought through a new experience this year.
•       A whole new cast of Elf characters will be introduced to returning
groups whilst having some favourites from last year!
•       An interesting elf will join families on the train to The Outpost
and entertain them along the way
•       Families will join Elfversity this year and get their own Elf
•       The Elves will introduce their music school to the EIT’s (Elves in
Training) and get all the family singing along!
•       As always each group will visit our workshop, Mrs Claus’s kitchen
and Santa himself. They will also get a chance to post their own
letter to Santa in the Elf postoffice.

Notes for Parents:
This experience will last one and a half hours and is for all the
family. Hot drinks and cookies fresh from Mrs Claus’s kitchen will
be served to all visitors before going on to meet Santa Claus.
Booking for the Cork North Pole Outpost Experience 2014 is available

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For full details and to book tickets visit the Cork North Pole Outpost
website or call 021 4855831

Where: The Cork North Pole Outpost, Cuskinny Court, Cobh, Co. Cork

When: Selected dates from November 30th to 23rd December 2014

How much: Tickets are €12 per adult, €20 per child (over 2 years)
€ 6 per toddler (12-23 months), babies with present € 6, babies go
free. Price includes theatrical production, refreshments, Santa visit
and gift for children. Group discounts available.

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