Relive a magical warmhearted winter’s tale
EVERYONE S favourite snowman will walk through the air and into the Cambridge Corn Exchange next month for the orchestral version of the children s classic The Snowman. Presented by Mari Markus Gomari and narrated by Bernard Cribbins, the successful anim
EVERYONE'S favourite snowman will walk through the air and into the Cambridge Corn Exchange next month for the orchestral version of the children's classic The Snowman.
Presented by Mari Markus Gomari and narrated by Bernard Cribbins, the successful animated musical is now celebrating its 25th anniversary.
The orchestral version still captures the magical story of a young boy's friendship with his snowman and follows their adventure through the skies and beyond. In their travels they meet dancing penguins, reindeers and dancing snowmen.
The Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra will also be on hand, as too will Howard Blake, the original creator.
The show features the famous classic Walking In The Air, as well as exclusive pieces Father Christmas and the Reindeer and Jack Frost's Dance, which have been composed especially for The Cambridge Corn Exchange.
Now in its 25th year, this unique performance is the perfect introduction for another generation of children.
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The show will take place on Sunday January 7 at 3pm. Adult ticket prices range from £12-£14 and under 16 tickets cost £8.