Wallace and Gromit are the nation's favourite animated duo and what better way to treat the kids this Christmas than going to see them at The Barbican in London.
A special concert experience will see the pair featured in a new adventure, accompanied by the Aurora Orchestra playing live.
With Nicolas Collon conducting and Thomas Gould on violin, the action will be set to the music of Mozart, Debussy and Stravinsky.
Always keen to get involved themselves, Wallace and Gromit will also be attempting to make their own music in what the inventor calls My Concerto in Ee, Lad.
Wallace is incredibly proud and his faithful do is at his side, but fans of the pair's hi jinx will know that things rarely go to plan.
Expect lots of fun, music and brand new animation in the first half of Wallace and Gromit's Musical Marvels.
After the interval, visitors will be treated to A Matter of Loaf and Death shown on the big screen with Julian Nott's original score performed live by the orchestra.
This is a great way to get kids into classical music while engaging them with characters that they know and love.
Tickets cost between £25 and £35 for adults, while children get in for half price. All over-16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Performances of the show are being staged at various times on December 22nd and 23rd.
For an even more amazing experience, book to take part in a Make Your Own Christmas Gromit workshop to accompany a visit to see the show.
Here an Aardman model maker will be on hand to teach everyone the tricks of the trade and explain how the award-winning animated films come about.
Each participant will make their own Gromit figure complete with Santa hat to take home as a souvenir.
All tickets for the workshops are £4 and are open to both adults and children. The show and workshop should be booked at the same time.