The show will be on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 22 and 23 at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
Spokeswoman Jackie Alexander said: “Pip is the littlest Elf in Santa’s workshop.
“She struggles to keep up with her present-making work because she keeps getting distracted.
“She is an elf with a big imagination and even bigger dreams!
“Pip is determined to finish making a toy for Santa to deliver this year, but she’s going to need some help from you to make it happen.
“The magic of Christmas is brought to life through puppetry, drama and storytelling in this charming one-person show especially created for young families.
“Each performance is for a maximum of 15 people so there’s plenty of room for social distancing and safe joining in!
“Join the elves in Santa’s workshop for this truly heart-warming tale for three to seven-year-olds and their grown-ups.”
Tickets available online from Sweet Werks Brighton https://sweetvenues.com/whats-on/the-littlest-christmas-elf . The show has a running time of 60 minutes.
The venue is also offering Ghost Stories for Christmas “as we secure the doors against the cold and dim the lights to share three classic tales of ghosts and horror.”
They are promising “scares and thrills to remind you that the long dark nights are best spent with a warm drink and friends to share stories with” on Dec 17 and 18.