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The outdoor performances and events at

The Christmas Revels Festival

are free to all thanks to the generosity of people like you!

Revels North's animated short film from 2020, The Christmas Revels: All Shall Be Well Again, remains available for you to watch or re-watch in 2021.

You can stream it now on Vimeo On Demand, we can mail you a DVD, or you can view it on NH PBS and CATV in December.  

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Eden MacAdam-Somer, a recent guest on The Folk Show on NHPR, performing "Jump for Joy" by Duke Ellington, will be at Lebanon Opera House on Friday, December 17 at 7:30 to open The Christmas Revels Festival. Revels North invites refugees from Afghanistan to attend this performance for free.

Dr. Richard Antoine White, a recent guest on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah," will be at Lebanon Opera House on Saturday, December 18 at 1:30 & 7:30. His appearance will include the screening of an award-winning short documentary.

Còig, performing live at the 2017 Celtic Colours International Festival, return to Lebanon Opera House for the fourth time on Sunday, December 19 at 1:30 & 7:30 to wrap up The Christmas Revels Festival.

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Christmas Revels classics like "Lord of the Dance," "Dona Nobis Pacem," a Mummers' Play, and "The Shortest Day" are moving outdoors to Colburn Park as part of  "Lighted Candles in the Winter Trees," a free performance repeated daily at 3:30 & 5:30.

Revels North is a non-profit arts organization providing year-round, multi-generational programming that celebrates the power of traditional song, dance, storytelling and ritual.

Revels North is committed to providing equitable access to all of our programs and events.

We invite you to review our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion and our accessibility policy.

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