On Wed 5 December Craig Charles joins the BBC Philharmonic and Curtis Stigers for BBC Philharmonic Christmas to perform the Scary Fairy Saves Christmas
Audiences can enjoy the highly anticipated world premiere of Scary Fairy Saves Christmas –the latest instalment in Craig Charles’ series of fairy tales as part of the line-up for BBC Philharmonic Christmas.
In conjunction with composer Iain Farrington, (Horrible Histories, Wallace and Gromit, 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony) Scary Fairy features a larger than life cinematic score as Craig presents the third instalment of his modern-day series of fables.
This ingenious fable in rhyme takes audiences on a whirlwind adventure full of humour and childhood nostalgia with many twists and turns, reflecting the world in which we live in today and tackling modern day taboos with Craig Charles’ customary razor-sharp wit.
The evening, hosted by Angelica Bell, will also include BBC Philharmonic, conductor Clark Rundell and special guest Curtis Stigers perform a select programme featuring wintry delights including Stigers hits: I Wonder Why and Never Saw A Miracle, combined with the festive groove of seasonal classics such as Let It Snow and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
Craig Charles’ Scary Fairy Saves Christmas Premiere
Is on at the Lyric Theatre, The Lowry – Pier 8, The Quays, Salford M50 3AZ
And is showing on Wed 5 December at 7:30pm, Tickets from £24.50*
To book tickets go online at www.thelowry.com call 0843 208 6000 or in person at The Lowry Box Office from 10am – 6pm Monday – Sunday (8pm on performance nights).
This concert will be recorded for future broadcast in BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night on Friday 7 December at 8pm. It will be available for 30 days after broadcast via the BBC Sounds App.
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