Seven cellos, seven voices, one unique sound.

The massively popular Massive Violins are making their first appearance at The Print Room this December.  Renowned for their virtuoso versions of rock and pop classics, including a thrilling Toxic, an unforgettable Bohemian Rhapsody and a crazy Sex on the Beach, they'll be adding a rich mix of favourite festive songs as well.  It's going to be massive.


The Massive Violins are (from left) : Ricky Chatto, Matthew Knott, Grace Chatto, Saul Berkovitz, Camilla Farrant, Guido Martin-Brandis, Jess Chandler 


The Massive Violins are the brainchild of Ricky Chatto who not only founded the band and made some of the cellos they play but also created one of its members. Daughter Grace was an early recruit about two years ago when Ricky first had the idea of getting together cellists who could sing with the aim of performing arrangements of great pop and rock songs, from Elvis to Queen to Britney Spears and Katy Perry.

Amazing cellists came - and some went - and this year, after months of hard slog, the magnificent seven of them who became The Massive Violins began to astonish audiences with a truly unique form of musical entertainment.

Sunday 11 December, 6pm

Tickets: £20 / £10 children*

Call 08444 77 1000 / 020 7221 6036 

Book tickets online

*children's tickets are for those under 16, and are only available to book by calling the venue directly on 020 7221 6036.

The Print Room, 34 Hereford Road, London, W2 5AJ