Christmas at The Grand

Christmas at The Grand

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The holiday season is truly unique. It brings people together unlike any other time of the year. There’s something about the cold weather, festive decorations and cheerful music that makes us feel that sense of joy and belonging each year. This year, we are presenting several holiday events perfect for you and your friends and family to visit the theater and celebrate the season. Check it out below!

Nutcracker of Middle Georgia

Dec. 5 – 9 | Matinee and Evening Performances

The Nutcracker of Middle Georgia returns for its 34th season at the Grand Opera House. Come witness the magic of this Christmas tradition at one of six performances! Learn more.


Celtic Angels Christmas

Dec. 11 | 7:30 p.m.

Produced in Ireland, ‘Celtic Angels Christmas’ will enrapture audiences with the magic of Christmas in an awe inspiring show which encompasses vocal and instrumental seasonal favorites alongside Irish, contemporary and original Christmas themes…all with a Celtic twist. Learn more.

Movie: Love Actually

Dec. 14 | 7 p.m.

Nine intertwined stories examine the complexities of the one emotion that connects us all: love. A romance for all to enjoy, with a perfectly timed showing during this Christmas season. Learn more.

A Christmas Carol

Dec. 15 | 3:00 p.m.

From Nebraska Theatre Caravan comes the beloved Dickens’ classic story, rich with thrilling ensemble music, alive with color and movement, and sure to bring the joy of Christmas to audiences of all ages. Note: this performance is a matinee. Perfect for bringing little ones to the theater! Learn more.

Christmas Stories and Songs with John Berry

Dec. 22 | 7:30 p.m.

Returning to The Grand for the 22nd year, John’s special take on the Christmas season has become a Macon tradition, mixing such Berry classic hits as “Your Love Amazes Me” and “Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye,” and “I Think About It All The Time” with holiday favorites, including his always-standing-ovation performance of “O Holy Night.” Learn more.