Raymond Briggs' much-loved children's book The Snowman has become as much a part of Christmas TV as carol singing and figgy pudding. And here's an even better way for your kids to see it -- on a big screen with live musical accompaniment by the Mozart Symphony Orchestra.
It tells the story of a young boy and his snowman, who magically comes to life on Christmas Eve and carries him off on a night-time adventure. They fly through the sky together and meet dancing penguins, Jack Frost and even Father Christmas himself.
The afternoon will also include a performance of Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals. But this performance will be tailor-made for kids, with lots of extras and fun surprises along the way, including some terrible Christmas jokes by the conductor and some cartoon animations projected onto a big screen above the orchestra.
Note: This show is meant for young children over the age of 4.
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