Milkshake Live! reinvents the carol concert for a new generation at some of the finest concert halls in the country this Christmas with the magical sound of the British Philharmonic Orchestra playing a wide range of classical and yuletide favourites accompanied by Rupert Bear, Peppa Pig, Little Princess, Fifi Forget-Me-Not, Mr. Bump and Noddy.
Following their sell out run of Milkshake! Live concerts this summer the pre-school stars are once again packing their suitcases but this time they are also taking their Christmas stockings as they take to the road for their brand new show My First Carol Concert.
Milkshake! Live My First Carol Concert brings a fresh new look to the traditional carol concert, with the emphasis on audience participation, this enchanting new show is packed with classic Christmas songs, classical music and festive fun for the whole family to enjoy.
Talented young conductor Robert Emery is picking up the baton to lead the orchestra and the audience this Christmas.
The much-loved Milkshake! TV characters will be joined by popular presenters Kemi Majeks and Derek Moran.
The British Philharmonic Orchestra will accompany the Milkshake! crew to offer a magical opportunity to introduce children to their first live Christmas concert.
From classic Christmas music such as the Nutcracker, to fun sing-a-longs Frosty the Snowman, Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, My First Carol Concert is a fantastic, family-friendly introduction to music and theatre for toe-tapping toddlers and is a real festive treat.
My First Carol Concert will bring much-loved TV characters to life for young fans. Fifi and Bumble from Fifi and the Flowertots, Peppa and George from Peppa Pig, Noddy and Tessie Bear from Make Way for Noddy, Mr Bump and Little Miss Daredevil from The Mr Men Show, Rupert Bear and Little Princess will be encouraging children (and un-selfconscious parents) to shake their yuletide stuff as they sing and learn fun new actions to the songs with encouragement from the conductor and presenters.
The show will consist of two 35 minute performances with a 15 minute interval.
The Yuletide carol concert will be coming to Birmingham’s Symphony Hall this Saturday (December 13) with tickets priced at £15.