The Snowman by Carrot Productions

Christmas Event

Main Space
23rd December 2017 17:00 - 18:45

EVENT SOLD OUT. Something magical is happening this Christmas....Following on from their highly acclaimed sell-out tour last December, Carrot Productions are bringing two performances of The Snowman to Liverpool Cathedral.

This big screen production of the iconic film The Snowman will delight your family at Christmas.  Hear some of the UK's top musicians perform Howard Blake's beautiful soundtrack with a screening of two enchanting films accompanied by live orchestra. The performance includes the evocative 'Walking in the Air' sung by a local child soloist - in perfect synchronicity with the film shown on a giant screen.

There will be two shows on Saturday 23rd December 2017 at 

If you want a preview of some of this Christmas magic for yourself, watch the promotional video:

You can buy tickets for each performance unallocated seating in two blocks - front and back. The front block is closer to the stage.

Tickets for each block are available as adult or concession. Concessions - children under 18 and OAPs.

This extra special performance includes a light-hearted Guide to the Orchestra, including an angelic harp, Frozen on the flutes, and a very naughty drummer.

You'll also experience the wonder of that most Christmassy of seasonal pieces, The Nutcracker, brought to life by Tom Scott's mesmerising animated film. Along with a toe-tapping Christmas overture - and a visit from a VERY special conductor - this festive treat has something for all ages.

Cherished by children and adults alike, the concert is fast becoming an annual custom, providing the perfect winter outing for all the family. With many venues predicted to sell out long before December, buy your tickets soon to avoid disappointment. Suitable for all ages from 3+.

As featured in The Guardian, Sunday Times and The Telegraph 'Top things to do at Christmas'

Advice for content is for children over the age of 3.

The images shown are the copyright © Snowman Enterprises Ltd. 2017 with photography by Tom Bangbala and Gareth Widdowson.