The Sounds Of Your Favourite Christmas Films Are Coming To The Royal Albert Hall

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The Sounds Of Your Favourite Christmas Films Are Coming To The Royal Albert Hall

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Nothing says Christmas quite like curling up by the telly in a carb coma — tin of Quality Street by your side — and falling in love with your favourite festive films all over again. But you don't have to wait until the big day to experience the magic — not if the Royal Albert Hall has anything to do with it.

Its all-new Christmas concert features scores from old yuletide favourites such as 1984's A Christmas Carol, as well as those from the not-technically-Christmas films we still love to watch at this time of year like Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Photo: Chris Christodoulou

Ensconced in the cosy glamour of the Royal Albert Hall's stunning auditorium, this world-class group of musicians, led by American conductor John Mauceri, will transport you from winter wonderlands to the wizarding world, via Dickensian London and ancient Rome (Ben-Hur, in case you were wondering). They're even cramming in a few traditional tunes, like The First Noel and Hark The Herald Angels Sing.

Basically, warm and fuzzy feelings are guaranteed. So get some yuletide cheer delivered live to your eardrums — it's the perfect pre-Christmas evening out.

Photo: Nick Rutter

A Hollywood Christmas at The Royal Albert Hall, 2pm/7pm on Wednesday 19 December. Tickets start at £25 and can be bought here.

Last Updated 19 December 2018