One tradition in our family is that every Christmas, after our meal, we play charades or mimes. One of us starts, usually me, and mimes either the title of a book, a film or a song and the rest of the family have to guess which book, film or song it is.
To make it easy, every year it is the same mimes. I start with miming the book "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens, followed by "A Christmas Carol"; and the family have to guess. They have to pretend not to know it at first and they say things like Star Trek, I left my heart in San Francisco, or Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Then they guess correctly.
Other mimes in our annual repertoire are The Sound of Music, Jingle Bells and Gone With The Wind.
It is always the same mimes. And its great fun. You should try it.