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A snowman and a christmas tree

A special Christmas livestream

to children’s hospitals across the South West

St George’s Bristol & Bristol Beacon present Bristol Ensemble’s Children’s Christmas Carnival, livestreamed from St George’s to children’s hospitals across the South West.

On Sunday 19 December, St George’s Bristol and Bristol Beacon are working with Bristol Ensemble to live-stream two performances of their Children’s Christmas Carnival Performance to children’s care and hospital settings in Bristol and the South West.

Featuring music from the beloved tale, The Snowman, by Howard Blake, Bristol Ensemble’s Children’s Christmas Carnival Performance at St George’s promises to be an enchanting musical journey of imagination and festive delight.

St George’s and Bristol Beacon are working with Children’s Hospice South West, North Bristol NHS Trust, Royal United Hospitals, University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust, to relay the performances to care and hospital settings where young people and their families aren’t able to enjoy the shows in person.

St George’s Bristol and Bristol Beacon regularly collaborate on projects that take place in their venues and across the city. Both charities are committed to bringing the joy of live music across all styles and genres to people in communities in Bristol and beyond.

This streaming project if provided by St George’s Bristol & Bristol Beacon free of charge. If you work in a children’s care setting other than those above and would like to find out more about accessing the performance in your setting, you can contact Trish Brown at trish.brown@stgeorgesbristol.co.uk