How the Grinch Stole Christmas, with music by Das Brass
“Blast this Christmas music. It’s joyful and triumphant.”
Jim Carrey’s turn as the Grinch who stole Christmas is a beloved festive film and we can’t wait to share the festive goings on in Whoville. For festive fans and Grinches all over town, this is a brilliant celebration for the whole family.
Joining in the fun before and after the screening, Das Brass are a brass covers band who play a melange of pop and funk favourites, Balkanised afrobeats and twisted jazz standards. The band consists of consists of traditional New Orleans-style horn section instruments such as trombones, trumpets, saxophones, sousaphone, and drums. Their sound teleports this traditional approach to the 21st century!
Presented by the Royal Docks in partnership with RAW Labs.
Our winter festival of film and fun, Dock the Halls is bringing festive cheer to places across the Royal Docks this November and December. In collaboration with our wonderful venues and partners, we’re presenting films, festive arts and crafts, and music to get you in the Christmas spirit. Join us for your favourite films or settle in for the workshops and bands.
Screenings and activities are completely free, just make sure you’ve signed up for tickets to each event.
To attend this event, you must agree to the Dock the Halls' Admissions Policy. Please read here prior to booking.
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