Saturday, December 11, 2010

The Fox Theatre Presents The Fifth Annual Larry, Carols and Mo!

A FREE Holiday Event

What: A FREE Christmas Carol Sing-Along and a Showing of the hilarious holiday film: “Elf”
Where: The Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree Street N.E.
When: Monday, December 13, 2010. Doors Open at 6pm, Sing-Along starts at 7pm,
Movie begins at 7:30pm

On Monday, December 13, 2010 there will be snow falling on Peachtree Street from the marquee of The Fabulous Fox Theatre! There will be caroling in the Fox’s arcade, photos with Santa and hot apple cider.

Not to mention a Sing-Along with the famous “Mighty Mo” organ, led by organist in residence Larry-Douglas Embury and joined by the Gwinnett Young Singers, the Fox Theatre Rising Stars, and our emcee for the evening, Joe Gransden.

This will be followed by a showing of the hilarious holiday film “Elf.”

The evening will be capped off by an organ concert, with Larry-Douglas Embury, once again joined by Joe Gransden and the Fox Theatre Rising Stars.

Limited Tickets are available at the Fox Theatre Box Office, or at ticketmaster.com (Tickets through ticketmaster.com will incur the applicable service charges) beginning at 10am on Monday, November 8, 2010.

The Fox Theatre will be accepting donations for both Toys-For-Tots and the Atlanta Community Food Bank that evening.
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