Christmas Spectacular

16 December 2018 - 3:30 pm

Mote Hall, Maidstone

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The perfect way to begin the Christmas week!  

We return to Mote Hall this year with a screening of The Snowman with live music plus other festive favourites (recommended for ages 4 +). 

A Family Christmas Spectacular

Soprano | Jess Thayer
Conductor | Jonathan Crowhurst


Runestad |Let My Love Be Heard 
Silvestri | The Polar Express Concert Suite
Blake | The Snowman (with film)
Anderson | Sleigh Ride

Interval
 
Prokofiev | Troika
Wainwright | The Huron Carol
Tchaikovsky | The Nutcracker Suite
Lauridsen | O Magnum Mysterium
Anderson | A Christmas Festival

Programme is subject to change. Tickets are unreserved - you pick your seats when you arrive. 

Babes in arms do not require a ticket if seated on laps.  To allow all audience members to enjoy the concert we respectfully ask parents/guardians to supervise their children during the concert and to make every effort to keep noise to a minimum. Thank you. 

Online ticket sales are now closed but tickets are still available to buy on the door.

PRE-CONCERT ACTIVITIES

There will be a chance for children (and grown ups) to try instruments including the flute, trumpet, a trombone and even a tuba before Sunday's concert!

There will also 12 drummers drumming when our percussion section lead a drop-in children's drumming workshop.

The instrument try-outs will run from 2.15pm-3pm in the bar and reception area at Mote Hall. No need to book. We will also have some Snowman colouring to keep the crafty youngsters entertained.

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Christmas Spectacular

The perfect way to begin the Christmas week!  

We return to Mote Hall this year with a screening of The Snowman with live music plus other festive favourites (recommended for ages 4 +). 

A Family Christmas Spectacular

Soprano | Jess Thayer
Conductor | Jonathan Crowhurst


Runestad |Let My Love Be Heard 
Silvestri | The Polar Express Concert Suite
Blake | The Snowman (with film)
Anderson | Sleigh Ride

Interval
 
Prokofiev | Troika
Wainwright | The Huron Carol
Tchaikovsky | The Nutcracker Suite
Lauridsen | O Magnum Mysterium
Anderson | A Christmas Festival

Programme is subject to change. Tickets are unreserved - you pick your seats when you arrive. 

Babes in arms do not require a ticket if seated on laps.  To allow all audience members to enjoy the concert we respectfully ask parents/guardians to supervise their children during the concert and to make every effort to keep noise to a minimum. Thank you. 

Online ticket sales are now closed but tickets are still available to buy on the door.

PRE-CONCERT ACTIVITIES

There will be a chance for children (and grown ups) to try instruments including the flute, trumpet, a trombone and even a tuba before Sunday's concert!

There will also 12 drummers drumming when our percussion section lead a drop-in children's drumming workshop.

The instrument try-outs will run from 2.15pm-3pm in the bar and reception area at Mote Hall. No need to book. We will also have some Snowman colouring to keep the crafty youngsters entertained.

Mote Hall, Maidstone

Maidstone Leisure Centre
Mote Park
Maidstone
Kent
ME15 7RN

Mote Hall is Maidstone’s largest concert venue and is situated within Maidstone Leisure Centre.

Transport and Parking: Maidstone Leisure Centre is situated to the south of Maidstone town centre, a 15-20 minute walk from the town’s two train stations.It offers amply free parking but you need to register your car inside upon arrival if you are staying more than three hours.

Toilets: Mote Hall has toilets located close to the hall entrance.

Accessibility: The venue is fully wheelchair and pushchair accessible.

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