Winter Warmers: The Snowman
With live score performed by East London Brass
Free - please book your free ticket online
Above with Music Glue (e-tickets only)
This event is free but you do need a ticket.
All donations go to The Margins Project based here at the Chapel and working with people facing homelessness, isolation and crisis.
All times are subject to change
16:00 - Doors open
16:30 - The Snowman
17:00 - Finish
Please note, Margins Cafe and the Bar will be closed for this event, but the kiosk will be open, supplying you with the usual hot drinks and snacks. For a special treat, we will have a mulled wine stall, and a mince pie/ cake stall in the chapel!
There's lots of useful information in the Visiting section of our website.
As our venue is entirely seated and seating is unreserved it is best to arrive early.
The Snowman with live score performed by East London Brass
A free screening of this children's classic made even more magical with live score performed by East London Brass.
There'll be mince pies aplenty not to mention mulled wine for the adults.
Originally published in 1978, The Snowman, created and illustrated by Raymond Briggs has become one of the world’s most popular children’s books selling in excess of 8.5 million copies worldwide and being translated into over 15 languages.
This well-loved book was adapted for screen by producer John Coates, leading to the Oscar nominated animation with iconic score which first aired in 1982 and has been broadcast on a global scale including Asia, Europe and North America.
© Snowman Enterprises Ltd "The Snowman" by Raymond Briggs is published by Puffin
East London Brass
East London Brass is one of London’s oldest brass bands, established in 1909.
Under the baton of Jayne Murrill, the band rocketed into the British Championship Section (the premiership of brass bands) in 2012, and over the past few years it has been sought after for classical concerts, recordings and high-profile art projects. It takes part in competitions regularly throughout the UK and Europe. It remains true to its aim to bring accessible music to the public, however, and is found frequently performing at local events, as well as hosting its own packed concerts to its home crowd. The band is home to 30 players from all over the UK and the world, although its musical director Jayne grew up just a few miles from its rehearsal base in Walthamstow. Jayne has been involved with band for 30 years – first as a player, then as musical director from 2007.