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Great Ormond Street Christmas Carol Concert

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Carols and champers
Faryl Smith, great ormond street, christmas, carol concert
Faryl Smith at 2011 Carol Concert


Helping to raise funds for seriously ill children, Great Ormond Street hold an annual Christmas concert. It is a night for the whole family to enjoy, with carol singing by The Gallery Choir of Westminster Cathedral Choir School, and a performance by Tansy Bennett. There will also be readings by television personalities such as Downtown Abbey creator, Lord Julian Fellowes.

This year's concert will be on Tuesday 11th December 2012 at St Pauls Church in Knightsbridge.

After the concert you can join an exclusive champagne reception on the grounds of Berkeley hotel, where you will be able to bid in a silent auction for special prizes. Children can also enjoy the reception with snacks, entertainment, and a Christmas movie.

The doors open at 5.30pm, with the concert starting at 6.30pm. This will be followed by the reception at 7.30pm, and at 9.30pm, in come the carriages home.

Tickets cost between 25-95. You can also invited additional donations, which you can buy in the form of a Christmas present four your children or grandchildren. Christmas Angels are available for 50 as a gift to the hospital. They will be personalised with your child's name and feature in their souvenir brochure.
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Why? Raise money for charity
When: 11th December
Phone: 020 7239 3004
Website: www.gosh.org
Where: St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge.
Cost: 25-95
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