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Christmas Magic at the Broadway Theatre
Christmas Magic at the Broadway Theatre

It’s been another phenomenal year for the city’s award-winning Peterborough Male Voice Choir, Peterborough Voices and Peterborough Youth Choir, who are rounding off 2015 with Christmas Magic, their ever-popular extravaganza of carols and festive music

Now in its fifth successful year, catch it at the Broadway Theatre for one night only on Sunday (December 20).

This year, Christmas Magic is presented in association with Bill Kenwright Ltd, as part of a spectacular season of West End shows at the Broadway Theatre over the festive period.

Featuring a full symphony orchestra and hosted by BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s Jane Smith, Christmas Magic will showcase seasonal favourites including When a Child is Born, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, White Christmas, Santa Baby, O Holy Night, Do You Hear What I Hear and many more, all under the baton of William Prideaux, who says ”Christmas is a very special time of year for our three choirs - it’s a wonderful opportunity to put on a great show for our home audience and we’re looking forward to presenting a really memorable evening of festive fun for all the family”.

The choirs’ plans for 2016 include competition tours to the Interkultur “Isola del Sole” International Choral Competition in Grado, Italy for Peterborough Male Voice Choir and to the Interkultur International Choral Festival in Calella, Spain for Peterborough Voices.

They will also be performing at the Broadway Theatre with the Band of the RAF Regiment on Sunday, March 6, and with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra in Magic of the Musicals on Sunday, September 4.

Tickets for Christmas Magic and the Bill Kenwright season are available at the box office, on 01733 822225 or online at www.thebroadwaypeterborough.co.uk


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