Family Total Immersion: Lift Off!

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Cartoon astronaut playing the violin over Earth

Jump on board our symphonic space ship for a magical musical adventure.

Calling all Musical Astronauts! Are you ready to ride in a rocket, dance among the stars, and walk on the Moon? Then fasten your seatbelts and join the sensational BBC Symphony Orchestra as they go on a magical musical journey into space. 
 
Fifty years after Neil Armstrong first stepped onto the Moon, it’s your turn to Lift Off! with the help of some incredible music including Aaron Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man, Ron Grainer’s Theme from Doctor Who, and Hans Zimmer’s Earth, in our thrilling, interactive orchestral adventure. 

Suitable for families with children aged 7+.

The performance is expected to finish around 3.30pm.

Free family foyer activities

12–2.30pm, drop in for all concert ticket holders.

Come to a Journey Through Music workshop where you will find out more about the music to be performed in the concert, try out a new instrument, make a rocket shaker or listen to popular children’s author Simon Bartram read from his Bob, Man on the Moon stories!

Please note that although there will be plenty for everyone to do, spaces at some workshops will be limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
 

 

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