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Fenwick promises a White Christmas for Londoners

Fenwick will reopen its Bond Street corner balcony for a one-off performance of the title song from Irving Berlin’s musical White Christmas on October 29, complete with a blanket of virtual snow.

Aled Jones will lead the cast in the performance on the famous balcony, which has not been opened for a public event since World War Two ended in 1945.

This is the first time the musical has ever been performed in London and marks 60 years since the launch of the White Christmas film starring Bing Crosby.

The department store’s windows will be dressed with a piano keyboard and mannequins dressed in silver, to represent the musical’s ‘I love a piano’ scene.

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