Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Christmas Cracker

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Christmas Cracker

Saturday 9 December 2023, 15:00 & Saturday 9 December 2023, 19:30

Past Event
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Past Event


Louise Dearman vocalist
Tom Solomon
Stephen Bell
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

December would not be the same without the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s much-loved Christmas Cracker concert. Filled with festive favourites and sing-along classics for all ages, it’s the perfect way to celebrate the magical Christmas season.

The Orchestra is delighted to be joined by conductor Stephen Bell and special guest vocalists to help get your Yuletide celebrations off to a joyful start.

This sparkling programme features all your much-loved Christmas songs, including ‘Winter Wonderland’, ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’, ‘Sleigh Ride’, ‘Let It Snow!’, ‘The Twelve Days Of Christmas’, ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’, and many more, as well as a selection of sing-along carols.

Recommended age: 7+.

Duration: approx. 2 hours 20 mins (incl. interval)

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Tickets from £28

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