In addition, Santa's Grotto will be set up at the TOTT office at Limnaria Westpark Centre (opposite the Alexander the Great Hotel) on Saturday, December 6, for one day only.
As well as playing the role of Santa, Edmondson and members of the TOTT winter show team, also offer a night of musical theatre and festive hits to get people in the Christmas mood.
The Totts bought their ticket for the September 6 draw last year but did not realise they had won until a publicity campaign to find the missing winner.
Camelot have come under an avalanche of criticism since the Totts lost their winning ticket.
They admitted the Totts were genuine ticket-holders, and even Government Ministers believe Camelot should pay up in full.
Camelot have said they won't pay out because the Totts didn't report their ticket missing within 30 days, as lottery rules require.
Backed by the Sunday Mirror and with the help of Cherie Blair, QC, who has taken up their case, the Totts are campaigning to have the decision overturned.
Despite losing their ticket, Kay and Martyn proved to Camelot they were the genuine ticket holders and Camelot admitted they were the winners - only to decide that the Totts were ineligible for the money under an obscure 30-day lost ticket claim rule.
The Totts are not the only couple in the world with financial problems.
Camelot refused to pay out despite acknowledging the Totts had the winning ticket.
The Totts from Watford, Herts, saw their numbers, a combination of anniversary and birthday dates, appear in a TV appeal in March which was looking for winners who had not claimed their prize from a draw last September 6.
And hopefully the Totts will finally get the cash they deserve.