A 70-PIECE symphony orchestra will take Bradfordians on a magical journey through some of the most-loved festive films of all time.

Acclaimed ensemble The Studio Orchestra will visit St George's Hall, Bradford, at 7.30pm on December 16.

There will be music from well-known seasonal films including Elf, Love Actually, Polar Express, The Holiday, Home Alone, Harry Potter and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Jack Campey, artistic director and principal conductor with The Studio Orchestra, said: "It's a great thrill to be performing at St George's Hall.

"We're excited to share the magic of Christmas at the movies with a special concert celebrating a selection of brilliant film scores that have enchanted countless audiences over time.

"With so many nostalgic and festive films out there, it's been a challenge to curate a programme, but rest assured there will be something for everyone.

"We've pulled out all the stops to source music that in some cases has not seen the light of day since it was originally recorded for the film, so it's an honour for us to give a couple of pieces a new lease of life.

"This will be a truly magical concert to remember."

For more information and to book tickets, visit bradford-theatres.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01274 432000.