Classical Season 2018/19 | Classical Christmas

The Snowman - Relaxed Performance

Sage One

Children aged 2 and under may sit on your lap and therefore do not require a ticket.

This performance will be sign interpreted for BSL users.

Alan Fearon conductor
Eleanor Mooney presenter
Royal Northern Sinfonia

We’re walking in the air: join The Snowman on his magical journey through the winter sky. This annual showing of the festive classic features live orchestral music and has become a Tyneside tradition. But wrap up warm, because first of all the whole family is going on a musical Bear Hunt!

This is a relaxed performance of our Snowman programme in a supportive and relaxed environment suited to those with autism or disabilities and their families. Listeners are free to move around and make noise during this performance and Hall doors will be left open for people to come and go as they wish.

Stage Times

2pm: Bear Hunt
2.30pm: The Snowman
3pm: End
Please note there will be no interval during the relaxed performance and timings are subject to change.

Family ticket: Four tickets to include at least one adult and one child. Available online – just add tickets to your basket and the discount will be automatically applied._


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