Carols, sing-alongs, jingles, stories and orchestral antics
Christmas time is here again and I can't think of a better way to celebrate the holidays, than by hearing all our festive favourites performed by an eighty piece orchestra. The People's Orchestra is once again putting on its popular"Something Magical" concert at West Bromwich Town Hall and it's sure to be a perfect evening out for the whole family.
image from organiser's website
So calling all families, friends and loved ones to join The People's Orchestra as they take to the stage for their annual fun-filled festive family concert, full of sing-alongs, carols, jingles, stories, and orchestral antics to amaze. You will be treated to classic orchestral arrangements of all your favourite Christmas pieces such as Troika, Gaudete (a sacred Christmas carol), the Muppets and more. There really is something for everyone at Something Magical. Opening at 19:30 on Saturday 16th December, audiences will be treated to all the yuletide classics, from Twelve days of Christmas, right through to Frozen.
A perfect way to start your family Christmas, this cracker of a concert is so popular, even Father Christmas takes time out to attend. Why not get into the spirit and dress up in your favourite Christmas jumper? If you have any sleigh bells (homemade or real) then bring them along and join in the fun and the music.
Where: West Bromwich Town Hall When: Saturday 16th December 2017 Cost: £10 adults; £7 concessions (65 and students); £5 children 5-16 years; FREE for children under 5 years.
Tickets are on sale now from West Bromwich Box Office or available online and are sure to sell out fast, as audiences snap up the chance to soak up the festive cheer. For further information and bookings click here
This concert is truly Something Magical.
You'd be batty not to love this orchestra (May Cross)