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The Snowman & The Snowman and the Snowdog 2.30pm

Worcester Cathedral

Wednesday, 19 December 2018 from 14:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

The Snowman & The Snowman and the Snowdog 2.30pm

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Price *    
Front Nave
Sales End 19 Dec 2018
from £10.00
Full price
£15.00 +£0.82 Fee
Child (aged 18 months - 16 years)
£10.00 +£0.54 Fee
Rear Nave
Sales End 19 Dec 2018
from £8.00
Full price
£13.00 +£0.71 Fee
Child (aged 18 months - 16 years)
£8.00 +£0.43 Fee
North Aisle
Sales End 19 Dec 2018
from £8.00
Full price
£13.00 +£0.71 Fee
Child (aged 18 months - 16 years)
£8.00 +£0.43 Fee
South Aisle
Sales End 19 Dec 2018
from £8.00
Full price
£13.00 +£0.71 Fee
Child (aged 18 months - 16 years)
£8.00 +£0.43 Fee
* Prices include VAT

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Event Details

The Snowman and The Snowman & The Snowdog At Worcester Cathedral

Two iconic festive films on the big screen

Wednesday 19th December 2018 Performances at 12.00pm, 2.30pm and 7.15pm 

Family entertainment for the winter season

Enjoy two Christmas time classic films with captivating soundtracks in a spectacular setting inside Worcester Cathedral.

Also take the opportunity to visit the glittering Christmas tree festival  around the Cathedral Cloister  

© Snowman Enterprises Limited
“The Snowman” by Raymond Briggs is published by Puffin

www.thesnowman.com

 image © Snowman Enterprises Ltd (image credit)

FAQs

How long is the performance?

The whole performance, including both films, will last about an hour.

Is the performance suitable for children?

Yes! Children all over the world enjoy these films and many adults remember them fondly. We welcome children and adults of all ages. The performance will last for about an hour. We ask that parents and carers are considerate of other people attending if a child in their care becomes fractious during the performance.

Where can I leave my pushchair?

There will be a buggy park at the back of the Nave (at the north west end of the Cathedral, just beyond the Welcome Desk. Turn right as you come in through the main North Door). It is not possible to park pushchairs next to your seat. All belongings are left at the owner's risk. can be left . Please take any valuable items with you to your seat.

How can I buy a disabled ticket?

We have a limited number of disabled tickets available for each performance. Each ticket comes with a free seat for a carer. Please telephone the Chapter Office on 01905 732900 or email snowman@worcestercathedral.org.uk to book.

Entry to the Cathedral

Ensure that you have your ticket to hand. Please enter through the main Cathedral porch which is the north side of the Cathedral opposite the High street and Cathedral Square. For those attending the afternoon performances we request that you exit on the south side of the Cathedral, via the Cloisters to College Green.

Where can I park nearby?

There is an NCP car park at Cathedral Square directly opposite the Cathedral (WR1 2LU). King's Street pay and display car park is a short walk away and has some disabled parking spaces (WR1 2NX). Other nearby car parks include Copenhagen Street pay and display (WR1 2EY), St Martin's Gate multi story (WR1 2BS) and Crowngate multi story (WR1 3LZ), all within walking distance.

There is a bus stop opposite the Cathedral. For timetables contact First Bus.

What can I bring into the event?

Please do not bring large bags or rucksacks with you. Bag searches may be in operation. We do not have areas to store shopping or bags.

Can I take photos?

You may take photos before and after the performance. There is strictly no filming or photography allowed during the performance. If you wish to visit other areas of the Cathedral to take photographs please purchase a photo permit from the shop or the automated machine (£3, or £5 for a tripod camera)

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email snowman@worcestercathedral.org.uk 

Is there anything else to do at the Cathedral that day?

Yes! Please take time to visit our beautiful Christmas Tree Festival in the cloister. Over 90 glittering christmas trees line the medievel cloister producing a truly magical display. Entry is free, donations appreciated.

Until 5pm we welcome visitors to look around the Cathedral. Did you know that Worcester Cathedral has two royal tombs? Visit King John's splendid resting place near the high altar and Prince Arthur's Chantry nearby. Enjoy the peace in our stunning Norman crypt, or try and spot our famous pink giraffe in the West Window. 

We have quiet in the Cathedral from 5pm - 6.30pm, during which time we also hold a service of evensong.

What facilities are at the Cathedral?

In the cloister you can find the Cathedral cafe, Cathedral shop and toilets. The disabled toilet requires a Radar key for access, please ask a Steward or Verger for help.

Please note the performance is two films shown on the big screen with a high quality soundtrack (no live orchestra)


Do you have questions about The Snowman & The Snowman and the Snowdog 2.30pm? Contact Worcester Cathedral

Event Venue Map

Venue map / Worcester Cathedral

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Rear Nave

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North Aisle

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    Worcester Cathedral
    8 College Yard
    WR1 2LA Worcester
    United Kingdom

    Wednesday, 19 December 2018 from 14:30 to 15:30 (GMT)


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