Christmas Crackers with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Laura Tebbutt

Date: December 19, 2020

Time: 19:30

Location: Lighthouse Arts Centre, Poole

Fun and frolics with the BSO
Laura Tebbutt

Experience the warmth and joy of Christmas with a socially distanced concert devoted to the best of seasonal favourites old and new. This convivial concert is the perfect way to start the Christmas holidays in the company of family or your social bubble, heaped with a huge helping of festive fun and frolics served up with a generous spoonful of kitsch Christmas classics.

Starring the wonderful Laura Tebbutt (Les Mis, Into the Woods, Love Me Tender, School of Rock)

Works and composers

Berlin White Christmas

Javits Santa Baby

Anderson Sleigh Ride

Saunders Journey to Lapland

Marks Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer

Carey/Afanasieff All I Want For Christmas is You

Wood I Wish It Could Be Christmas Ev’ryday

Marks Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree

Slade Merry Christmas Everybody and much more!

Seats for this concert are being automatically allocated as part of our Covid security measures which maintain social distancing between household groups.  Seats are only available in alternate rows and a two seat buffer will ensure a 2m gap between separate bookings. You will be able to purchase up to 6 tickets and will be given a choice of ticket price and seating area options. You will then be offered the best seats available following the above rules.

This concert will also be streamed. It is available to view on demand for 30 days after the orginal performance until 7.30pm (GMT) on Monday 18 January 2021.

Link to the livestream

The concert livestream will be accessible behind a paywall on the BSO website as an embedded Vimeo video stream. It is best to watch through an up-to-date browser (we recommend Google Chrome on a PC and Safari on an Apple device). You can then connect to your TV or HIFI via a cable connection. An Amazon Firestick is also compatible using the Amazon Silk browser direct on a TV as well as most default browsers on SMART TVs.