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Tour and Tea - First World War - In my end is my beginning

Tour and Tea: First World War – In the end is my beginning - 2pm.

25th May, 29th June, 27th July, 31st August, 28th September, 26th October, 9th November 2018.

As the commemorations for the centenary of the First World War draw to a close, we revisit all the places we have seen since 2014 - taking you down into the Crypt, along the Nave and up onto the roof. Music and poetry will be included. The tour lasts one and a half hours with cream tea afterwards.
Be prepared - 129 steps to climb! The tour will last 90 mins with a cream tea afterwards and time to talk.


Tickets: £12.50 (plus £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5) Includes cream tea taken in the Cathedral Refectory after the tour, available online or by phone on
01962 857275.

27/07/2018 to 09/11/2018
Tour And Tea: Jane Austen

Tour and Tea: Jane Austen. 10am

Jane Austen died in Winchester in 1817, in rented rooms in College Street. She was buried in the north aisle of the Cathedral. This tour offers visitors an intimate and often amusing insight into her life and connections with the Cathedral. The tour will include a walk through the Cathedral's historic Inner Close to the house on College Street where Jane and Cassandra stayed during their time in Winchester.

Tours will be taking place on the first Saturday of the month from February to November 2018.

Tickets: £12.50 (plus £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5) Includes tea or coffee and cake taken in the Cathedral Refectory after the tour, available online or by phone on 01962 857 275. Tour last approx 1 hour.

 

04/08/2018 to 03/11/2018
Tour and Tea - Modern Art

Tour and Tea: Modern Art. 10am

14 March, 12 May, 9 June, 14 July, 11 August, 10 November 2018

Modern art has been commissioned for the Cathedral since the Middle Ages and can be seen throughout this great building. Join one of our guides to discover the Cathedral's works of art and how they came to be here. After the tour enjoy a coffee or hot drink with a homemade cake in the Refectory and discuss and ask questions about what you have seen and experienced in the Cathedral.

Tickets: £12.50 (plus £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5) Includes tea or coffee and cake to be taken in the Cathedral Refectory after the tour, available online or by phone on 01962 857 275. Tour last approx 1 hour. Tours must be booked in advance and have limited spaces available.


 

11/08/2018 to 10/11/2018
Tour and Tea - Magnificence Revealed

Tour & Tea: Magnificence Revealed.
Saturday 16th June & Saturday 18th August 2018, 
Tour at 10 am followed by Coffee/Tea & Cake at 11.15 am in the Cathedral Refectory.

The dedicated restorers have completed their work and the Presbytery is now returned to the glory of former years. The tour concentrates on this area providing the historical background, as well as details of the conservation where possible, looking at the mortuary chests, Presbytery wooden vault, bosses, great screen and the great east window. Most of the original work was by Bishop Fox (1501-1528), including his chantry chapel which was completed 500 years ago this year.

Tickets: £12.50 (plus £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5). Includes tea or coffee and cake taken in the Cathedral Refectory after the tour, available online or by phone on 01962 857 275. Tour lasts approx. 1 hour, please check in at the Cathedral entrance desk on arrival to be introduced to your guide.

18/08/2018 10:00
Tour and Tea - This Royal House of Saxon Kings and Saints

Tour & Tea: This Royal House of Saxon Kings and Saints.
28th April, 30th June, 25th August, 29th September 2018 
Tour at 10 am followed by Coffee/Tea & Cake at 11.15 am in the Cathedral Refectory.

The Anglo Saxon Minster and its role in the birth of the English nation, the personalities who inhabited it and the traces which are still visible today.  Part of this tour is outside on slightly uneven ground, suitable clothing and footwear should be worn.

Tickets: £12.50 (plus £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5). Includes tea or coffee and cake taken in the Cathedral Refectory after the tour, available online or by phone on 01962 857 275. Tour lasts approx. 1 hour, please check in at the Cathedral entrance desk on arrival to be introduced to your guide..

 

25/08/2018 to 29/09/2018
Organ Recital Roger Judd (MVO)
Monday 27th August 2018 - 4pm
Organ Recital - Roger Judd (MVO), St Lawrence's, Ludlow. Ex Assistant Organist, St Georges Chapel, Windsor. Old Chorister - 60th anniversary of leaving the choir.

Winchester Cathedral Quire

Tickets £10 per person + £1 per ticket booking fee (capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275
27/08/2018 16:00
Flower Festival 2018 - Preview Evening

Tuesday 4 September 2018

Preview Evening 6.30pm – 9.00pm  
Tuesday 4 September at 6.30pm
An exclusive viewing of the flower festival with a champagne and canape reception, prior to its opening to the general public the following day. Guests are invited to join us for Choral Evensong, sung by the Cathedral Choir at 5.30pm, alternatively join the event from 6.30pm onwards.

Tickets £30 + £1 per ticket booking fee. Capped at £5 per transaction
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275, Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm, Saturday 11am - 3pm, Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Flower Festival Tickets and Prices

OPENING TIMES AND ADMISSION

Wednesday 5 September - Saturday 8 September, 9.00am - 7.00pm
Standard Entry £12
Groups 15+ £10 (please contact the box office by phone or email)
NAFAS entry £10 (Only available to NAFAS members, proof of club  membership will be required when presenting these tickets for entry. Failure to provide the necessary membership card will invalidate the ticket and entry will be refused).
Children 16 & under Free
Entry after 4pm £9

Book Tickets for Wednesday - Saturday Here

Sunday 9 September, 9.00am - 6.00pm
Standard Entry £10
Groups 15+ £8 (please contact the box office by phone or email)
NAFAS entry £8 (Only available to NAFAS members, proof of club  membership will be required when presenting these tickets for entry. Failure to provide the necessary membership card will invalidate the ticket and entry will be refused).
Children 16 & under Free
Entry after 3pm £7


Book Tickets for Sunday Here

04/09/2018 18:30
Flower Festival 2018

Illumination - A Festival of Flowers

Winchester Cathedral Flower Festival returns from 5-9 September 2018 with a stunning array of flower arrangements inspired by the magnificent Winchester Bible, the largest and finest surviving 12th-century English bible. Immerse yourself in a riot of colour as the Cathedral is transformed by striking and fragrant floral displays evoking the Bible's exquisite illuminated initials and elaborate decorative schemes.

Exclusive Preview Evening - Tuesday 4 September 6.30pm - 9pm
An exclusive viewing of the flower festival with a champagne and canape reception, prior to its opening to the general public the following day. Guests are invited to join us for Choral Evensong, sung by the Cathedral Choir at 5.30pm, alternatively join the event from 6.30pm onwards.
Tickets £30 per person + £1 Booking Fee (capped at £5 per transaction)
Book Preview Tickets Here

OPENING TIMES AND ADMISSION

Wednesday 5 September - Saturday 8 September, 9.00am - 7.00pm
Standard Entry £12
Groups 15+ £10 (please contact the box office by phone or email)
NAFAS entry £10 (Only available to NAFAS members, proof of club  membership will be required when presenting these tickets for entry. Failure to provide the necessary membership card will invalidate the ticket and entry will be refused).
Children 16 & under Free
Entry after 4pm £9

Sunday 9 September, 9.00am - 6.00pm
Standard Entry £10
Groups 15+ £8 (please contact the box office by phone or email)
NAFAS entry £8 (Only available to NAFAS members, proof of club  membership will be required when presenting these tickets for entry. Failure to provide the necessary membership card will invalidate the ticket and entry will be refused).
Children 16 & under Free
Entry after 3pm £7


Book Tickets for Sunday Here

THE CREATIVE DIRECTOR
We are delighted to welcome back Angela Turner as the Creative Director, having previously led the team for the Cathedral's Flower Festical in 2013. Angela is a regular exhibitor at RHS Chelsea Flower Show and has won many of their highly coveted RHS gold medals. Angela's flair and understanding of the Cathedral will result in a spectacular event.

GROUPS WELCOME
Groups booking in advance can benefit from group admission rates and fast-track entry to the event. Our Visitor Services Team is able to offer advice regarding coach drop-off points and parking. The Flower Festival Market and Cafe space provides an opportunity for independent shopping and a chance to sit back and relax with a cup of tea and slice of cake. Group admission rates apply.
Call 01962 857275 or email Box.Office@winchester-cathedral.org.uk for more information about group visits.

Add on Catering Options Available:

Flower Festival Afternoon Tea and Flower Arrangement Demonstration.
Limited spaces are available each afternoon for a unique afternoon tea, followed by a demonstration from one of the Cathedral Flower Arrangers, all within the tranquillity of the Refectory Garden Marque.
Tea will be served at 2.00pm, with the demonstration starting at 2.45pm and running through until 3.30pm.
Tickets £20 per person, with a glass of chilled champagne £29 per person. Minimum order for 2 people.

Book Afternoon Tea and Demonstration Tickets Here

Afternoon Tea in The Festival Marque, Cloisters Garth
Selection of Char of Winchester tea including herbal infusions,
Classic Cucumber, Severn & Wye smoked salmon and free range egg mayonnaise finger sandwiches,
Home baked mini cake selection,
Fruit scones with clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam,
mini tartlets with fresh summer berries and edible flowers.
Price £14 per person, with a glass of chilled champagne £23 per person. Minimum order for 2 people.

Book Afternoon Tea Tickets Here

05/09/2018 to 08/09/2018
Flower Festival 2018 - Afternoon Tea

Flower Festival Afternoon Tea -  5th - 9th September 2018 - 11.30am, 12.45pm, 2pm, 3.15pm, 4.30pm, 5.45 pm
Served in The Festival Marque on Cloister Garth, Winchester Cathedral

Selection of Char of Winchester tea including herbal infusions,
Classic Cucumber, Severn & Wye smoked salmon and free range egg mayonnaise finger sandwiches,
Home baked mini cake selection,
Fruit scones with clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam,
Mini tartlets with fresh summer berries and edible flowers.

Price £14 per person - minimum order for two people.

Enjoy Afternoon Tea with a glass of chilled champagne
Price : £23 per person - minimum order for 2 people
(Booking fee applies)

Available from The Box Office 01962 857275, Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm, Saturday 11am - 3pm, Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.

The Flower Festival Afternoon Teas do not include entry into the flower festival.
Book Flower Festival Ticket Here

05/09/2018 to 09/09/2018
Flower Festival 2018 - Afternoon Tea and Demonstration

Flower Festival Afternoon Tea and Flower Arrangement Demonstration.

Limited spaces are available each afternoon for a unique afternoon tea, followed by a demonstration from one of the Cathedral Flower Arrangers, all within the tranquillity of the Refectory Garden Marque.
Tea will be served at 2.00pm, with the demonstration starting at 2.45pm and running through until 3.30pm

Flower Festival Afternoon Tea and Demonstration: £20.00 per person, minimum order for two people.

Flower arranging demonstration by member of Cathedral Flower Arrangers
Selection of Char of Winchester tea including herbal infusions,
Classic Cucumber, Severn & Wye smoked salmon and free range egg mayonnaise finger sandwiches,
Home baked mini cake selection,
Fruit scones with clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam,
Mini tartlets with fresh summer berries and edible flowers.

Flower Festival Afternoon tea and Demonstration, with a glass of Champagne - £29.00 per person, minimum order for two people
Booking fee applies.

Available from The Box Office 01962 857275, Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm, Saturday 11am - 3pm, Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.

The Flower Festival Afternoon Tea and Flower Arrangement Demonstrations do not include entry into the flower festival.
Book Flower Festival Ticket here

05/09/2018 to 09/09/2018
Flower Festival 2018 (Sunday 9th September)

Illumination - A Festival of Flowers

Winchester Cathedral Flower Festival returns from 5-9 September 2018 with a stunning array of flower arrangements inspired by the magnificent Winchester Bible, the largest and finest surviving 12th-century English bible. Immerse yourself in a riot of colour as the Cathedral is transformed by striking and fragrant floral displays evoking the Bible's exquisite illuminated initials and elaborate decorative schemes.

Exclusive Preview Evening - Tuesday 4 September 6.30pm - 9pm
An exclusive viewing of the flower festival with a champagne and canape reception, prior to its opening to the general public the following day. Guests are invited to join us for Choral Evensong, sung by the Cathedral Choir at 5.30pm, alternatively join the event from 6.30pm onwards.
Tickets £30 per person + £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5 per transaction
Book Preview Tickets Here

OPENING TIMES AND ADMISSION

Wednesday 5 September - Saturday 8 September, 9.00am - 7.00pm
Standard Entry £12
Groups 15+ £10 (please contact the box office by phone or email)
NAFAS entry £10 (Only available to NAFAS members, proof of club  membership will be required when presenting these tickets for entry. Failure to provide the necessary membership card will invalidate the ticket and entry will be refused).
Children 16 & under Free
Entry after 4pm £9

Book Tickets for Wednesday - Saturday Here

Sunday 9 September, 9.00am - 6.00pm
Standard Entry £10
Groups 15+ £8 (please contact the box office by phone or email)
NAFAS entry £8 (Only available to NAFAS members, proof of club  membership will be required when presenting these tickets for entry. Failure to provide the necessary membership card will invalidate the ticket and entry will be refused).
Children 16 & under Free
Entry after 3pm £7


THE CREATIVE DIRECTOR
We are delighted to welcome back Angela Turner as the Creative Director, having previously led the team for the Cathedral's Flower Festical in 2013. Angela is a regular exhibitor at RHS Chelsea Flower Show and has won many of their highly coveted RHS gold medals. Angela's flair and understanding of the Cathedral will result in a spectacular event.

GROUPS WELCOME
Groups booking in advance can benefit from group admission rates and fast-track entry to the event. Our Visitor Services Team is able to offer advice regarding coach drop-off points and parking. The Flower Festival Market and Cafe space provides an opportunity for independent shopping and a chance to sit back and relax with a cup of tea and slice of cake. Group admission rates apply.
Call 01962 857275 or email box.office@winchester-cathedral.org.uk for more information about group visits.

Add on Catering Options Available:

Flower Festival Afternoon Tea and Flower Arrangement Demonstration.
Limited spaces are available each afternoon for a unique afternoon tea, followed by a demonstration from one of the Cathedral Flower Arrangers, all within the tranquillity of the Refectory Garden Marque.
Tea will be served at 2.00pm, with the demonstration starting at 2.45pm and running through until 3.30pm.
Tickets £20 per person, with a glass of champagne £29 per person. Minimum order for two people.

Book Afternoon Tea and Demonstration Tickets Here

Afternoon Tea in The Festival Marque, Cloisters Garth
Selection of Char of Winchester tea including herbal infusions,
Classic Cucumber, Severn & Wye smoked salmon and free range egg mayonnaise finger sandwiches,
Home baked mini cake selection,
Fruit scones with clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam,
mini tartlets with fresh summer berries and edible flowers.
Price £14 per person,  with a glass of chilled champagne £23 per person. Minimum order for 2 people.

Book Afternoon Tea Tickets Here

09/09/2018 09:00
Songs of Angels - the Thomas Weelkes Singers

Sunday 30 September 2018 - 7.30pm
St Cross Church, St Cross, Winchester

Songs of Angels

A recital in aid of Blue Apple Theatre by the Thomas Weelkes Singers, with Lionel Handy (solo cello) and Nigel Gardner (chamber organ)

Victoria – Dixit Dominus; Litanies of the Blessed Virgin
Bach – Solo Cello Suite No. 3 in C
Schein – Sacred madrigals from Israelsbrünnlein
Gretchaninoff – Hymn of the Cherubim
Britten – Chaconne from Solo Cello Suite No. 2
Vaughan Williams – Three Shakespeare Songs

Tickets £13 + £1 per ticket booking fee (capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275

30/09/2018 19:30
Alan Hacker - A Celebration
Sunday, 30th September 2018
Winchester Cathedral Quire

Lesley  Schatzberger,  Nicholas  Bucknall,  David  Glenn clarinets, Fitzwilliam  String  Quartetwith, Sophie  Hacker  and  Katy  Hacker  Hughes.
Mozart,  completed  by  Duncan  Druce    Clarinet  Quintet  in  Bb  K516c
William  Sweeney    An  Og-Mhadainn  (The  Young  Morning)
Purcell    Dido’s  Lament  (from  Dido  and  Aeneas)

Alan  Hacker  OBE  (1937-2013),  was  a  clarinettist  and  conductor  with  unusually  wide-ranging  enthusiasms.  He  would  have  been  celebrating  his  80th  birthday  on  this  day.    Family,  friends  and  colleagues  have  come  together  to  offer  this  tribute  to  his  life  and  work,  through  music  that  represents  some  of  his  significant  repertoire.

Mozart,  completed  by  Duncan  Druce    Quintet  movement  In  F  K580b
Brahms    Clarinet  Quintet  in  B  minor  op  115
Grieg    Death  of  Aase  (from  Peer  Gynt)

The  clarinettists  in  this  concert  all  studied  with  Alan  and  were  enormously  influenced  by  his  searching  approach  to  performance.    His  partnership  with  The  Fitzwilliam  Quartet  began  in  1974  and  endured  for  over  15  years    during  which  time  they  perfected  both  the  Mozart  and  Brahms  quintets.    Katy  Hacker  Hughes  and  Sophie  Hacker,  Alan’s  daughters,  are  participating  in  this  concert  as  a  tribute  to  their  father.

Tickets: £25, unreserved seating, (+ £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from Winchester Cathedral Box Office 01962 857275
30/09/2018 20:00
Prof. Alister McGrath - 'Science, Faith and God: Richard Dawkins vs C.S Lewis on the Meaning of Life'

Tuesday, 2nd October 2018 at 7pm
Winchester Cathedral, Quire

This lecture will open up many of the issues about the relationship of science and faith, engaging with the works of Richard Dawkins and C.S. Lewis as issues are explored such as whether we can prove our core beliefs, and how religion and science interact and even enrich each other.

One of the most important topics to be dealt with in this lecture is the question of meaning. What is life all about? Professor Alister McGrath will argue that science may help us understand how our universe works. But we want answers to another and deeper question: what does it mean?

Professor Alister McGrath is Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University. His writings explore a wide range of topics, at both the popular and scholarly levels, including intellectual history, the relation of science and Christian faith, and the basic themes of Christian theology.

Tickets are £5 (+ £1 booking fee) available online and from Winchester Cathedral Box Office
01962 857275

02/10/2018 19:00
Mark Byford - Annunciation : A Pilgrims Quest

Thursday 11 October 2018 - 7pm
The Wessex Centre, Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral

Mark Byford, award winning journalist and editor, former Deputy Director General at the BBC, and now a Lay Canon at Winchester Cathedral, in conversation with Debbie Thrower about his new book.
Inspired by a chance viewing of a painting in the National Gallery, on loan from Winchester College, Mark searches for the spiritual meaning of Luke's biblical story of the Annunciation through intimate conversations with more than a hundred senior clerics, world-class theologians, historians and artists. Come to discover what he learnt during his extraordinary, three-year, 30,000 mile devotional journey.
Mark Byford is a Lay Canon and Member of Chapter at Winchester Cathedral, an author and journalist.
Debbie Thrower is a broadcaster and journalist and now team leader of The Bible Reading Fellowship, BRF’s, programme The Gift of Years.

Tickets are £5.00 and are available from the Box Office or website.
Telephone 01962 857275

11/10/2018 19:00
Prof. Alister McGrath - 'The Incarnation: Unfolding the Significance of Christ'

Monday, 15th October 2018 at 7pm
Winchester Cathedral, Quire

This lecture focuses on the central figure of Christianity. How do we make sense of who Jesus Christ is and why he matters?

In this lecture, Professor Alister McGrath will look at some of the central themes of the Christian understanding of Christ, their basis in the Bible and their importance for Christian life and thought. How do we make sense of the idea that Christ is both divine and human and what difference does this make?
Tickets are £5 (+ £1 booking fee) available online or from the Box Office
01962 857275


15/10/2018 19:00
Tour And Tea: Stained Glass

Tour and Tea: Stained Glass. Saturday 21st July and Saturday 27 October 2018 - 10am

The Cathedral has glass spanning a period of nearly 700 years. The earliest dates from 1330, and the most modern dates to the current century.On this tour, visitors will learn about different techniques for producing coloured glass, stained, painted and pot metal, and will be shown examples of windows from several Victorian makers in addition to the mediaeval and contemporary glass.

The tours will be followed by a hot drink and cake in the Cathedral Refectory.

Tickets: £12.50 plus £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5 available from the Cathedral Box Office call 01962 857 275 or book online. Monday - Friday 10.30am - 4pm, Saturdays 11am - 3pm, closed Sundays and bank holidays.

27/10/2018 10:00
Friends Lecture - Great Royal Events with Alastair Bruce

SATURDAY 27 OCTOBER,7.00PM FOR 7.30PM
‘GREAT ROYAL EVENTS’ AN EVENING WITH ALASTAIR BRUCE

Alistair Bruce talks about his many roles as a TV commentator for royal events and his work as historical adviser to TV and film productions including Downton , Victoria and The King’s Speech.

The lecture is 45min with Q&A afterwards and a glass of wine.

Tickets £15 for Friends and £18 for non-friends + £1 per ticket booking fee if booking by telephone (capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275

27/10/2018 19:30
Professor Michael Wheeler - Being Cathedral, Being Anglican

Tuesday 30 October 2018 - 7pm
The Wessex Learning Centre, The Inner Close, Winchester Cathedral

Almost 100 years ago, Dean Selwyn of Winchester edited a book of essays entitled Essays Catholic and Critical in which the contributors tried to ‘square the circle’ by holding a ‘liberal Catholic’ position within the Church of England.

In this talk, Professor Wheeler looks at Dean Selwyn’s ideas about tradition and biblical criticism and argues that we need to be more fully aware of who we are at the Cathedral, and of where we came from, if we are to square the circle by flourishing as Anglicans in a society in flight from Church affiliation.

Tickets £5 + £1 a ticket booking fee (capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275

30/10/2018 19:00
Salisbury Community Choir - Freedom, The Power of Song

Saturday 3 November 2018 - 7.30pm
Winchester Cathedral

“Freedom! The Power of Song” was commissioned by the Salisbury Community Choir, from Alexander L’Estrange, in collaboration with his wife Joanna, a former Swingle Singer.

This powerful new work, which comprises both original music and poems inspired by episodes of recent history, and arrangements of classic songs, celebrates the unique role of communal singing throughout history in bringing people together in solidarity at times of upheaval and struggle, and changing lives for good.
 
The journey begins, chronologically, with Martin Luther King’s Civil Rights movement in the US (1954-1968), with the cry of “Oh Freedom!”, followed by a medley comprising songs such as “We shall not be moved” and “We shall overcome”.

We move then to World War I (1914-1918), recalling the spontaneous singing of soldiers in the trenches with “Everyone Sang”, juxtaposed with “Abide with me”, followed by a beautiful original song “Red is the colour”.

The Movement for Equality for Women (1906 – the present day and on-going) focusses on the Suffragette Movement with a march and a song for “Twenty-first century woman”.

The non-violent Baltic Singing Revolution (1987-1991) incorporates original music “How can I keep from singing”, a “Litany” and “The Power of Song”, with national tunes from the region.
 
Scored for SATB chorus, massed unison children’s choir and a band, “Freedom! Sing for a change” promises to bring the whole community together in joyous and heartfelt celebration and singing.

The timing of the concert has been chosen to remember the centenary of ending of WW1 and celebrate the freedoms we enjoy.

There will be a retiring collection in support of Naomi House Children’s Hospice the chosen charity of Salisbury Community Choir.

Tickets £30, £25, £20 & £15 + £1 per ticket booking fee (capped at £5)

03/11/2018 19:30
The Snowman also featuring The Bear and the Piano

Saturday 15th December 2018, performances at 1pm, 3pm and 7:15pm

The Snowman Tour 2018
Big Screen. Iconic Film. World Class Musicians.
Experience the magic of The Snowman in a whole new way this Christmas

The world’s most prolific performers of The Snowman film with live orchestra, Carrot Productions are delighted to be bringing their enchanting Christmas show to Winchester Cathedral. 

With other festive treats - including an animated film of the award winning book, The Bear and the Piano, and a fun introduction to the orchestra - it makes the perfect winter outing for all the family.

Most venues are predicted to sell out long before December, so buy your tickets soon to avoid disappointment.
Suitable for all ages 3+

As featured in The Guardian, Sunday Times and The Telegraph 'Top things to do at Christmas'
For ticket information and further details, please visit www.carrotproductions.com
View The Snowman Tour promotional video at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiBtHxb1WbE

Tickets available from Winchester Cathedral Box Office. Book on-line or by calling 01962 857275
Booking fees apply

Please note: The Cathedral and Winchester City is extremely busy during the Christmas period.  Please ensure you allow plenty of time to get into the city and park in order to arrive for your booked show time. We will be unable to accommodate late arrivals onto other showings.

15/12/2018