In preparation for their Christmas show at Town Hall, X Factor stars G4 stepped into Selfridges Birmingham’s Fantasy Snow Dome.
G4 members, Jonathan Ansell, Mike Christie, Lewis Raines and Duncan Sandilands were photographed braving the globe’s blizzard at Selfridges Birmingham between rehearsals at Town Hall.
We’re looking forward to playing Town Hall in December and it’s fantastic how the city and stores, such as Selfridges, are already entering into the Christmas spirit with experiences like the Fantasy Snow Dome. Our show at Town Hall will enable our fans to experience our harmonies in an idyllic, festive setting, putting them in the mood for Christmas.Jonathan Ansell
Christmas is the perfect excuse to go big when it comes to entertaining and having fun. Selfridges love to create experiences and memories that will last a lifetime. We are thrilled to present the Future Fantasy Snow Dome on Level 1 of our store and even more excited to welcome legendary quartet G4 to kick off the festive season, celebrating their upcoming Christmas show from inside the dome, complete with snow. Customers will also be able to hit their own festive notes from inside the Snow Dome throughout December!Sam Watts, General Manager of Selfridges Birmingham
When performing a special one-off rendition of Queen’s Somebody to Love after Les Musicals at The Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham on Tuesday, 29 October, G4 announced that they will be one of the acts on X Factor All Stars this Christmas.
G4 shot to fame on the first series of ITV's The X Factor in 2004, where they pioneered the world of popular opera. Their exquisite harmonies and unique arrangements of iconic songs such as My Way, Circle of Life and Bohemian Rhapsody, immediately captivated the hearts of the nation and catapulted them into instant stardom.
G4 are now enjoying a huge resurgence, and since their reunion in November 2014, they have performed over 170 headline shows in the UK and this year undertake their biggest ever Christmas tour, including a visit to Town Hall Birmingham.
G4's Christmas tours are always in association with the charity Missing People, who are a lifeline when someone goes missing. Last year's G4 Christmas tour raised over £14,000 for Missing People and some other charities in bucket collections alone, made at the end of each show.