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Singing for Syrians Christmas Carol Service & Drinks Reception

Singing for Syrians harnesses the power of music to raise money for Syria’s most vulnerable.

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Singing for Syrians Christmas Carol Service & Drinks Reception
Singing for Syrians Christmas Carol Service & Drinks Reception

Time & Location

01 Dec 2022, 18:30 GMT-8 – 02 Dec 2022, 22:00 GMT-8

London, St Margaret Street, London SW1P 3JX, UK

About the event

Kick off the festive season with a night of carols and joy at St Margaret’s Church, Westminster. Our ever popular Singing for Syrians carol service is back, and it’s bigger and brighter than ever.

Join Jeremy Irons, Sinead Cusack, Hassan Akkad, Julie Christie and John McCarthy for a beautiful candlelit service, packed with your favourite carols and readings.

To make the night extra special, why not book tickets to our exclusive drinks and canape reception, to be held after the concert at Church House? Reception ticket holders will be treated to special guest performances, as well as a chance to win big in the auction and Christmas raffle.

Ticket Types:

- Candlelit Carol Service ONLY (6:30pm - 7:30pm)

- Carol Service AND Drinks Reception (6:30pm - 10pm)

- Feeling Generous - Service, Reception AND Donation (6:30pm - 10pm)

You will be welcomed to both events, while very kindly including a £35 donation in your ticket price, which is eligible for Gift Aid.

- Drinks Reception ONLY (8pm - 10pm)

Please only purchase this option if you have already purchased a ticket for the Carol Service only and wish to upgrade to include the Special Drinks Reception.

Please make sure you select the right ticket. We have a limited number of places for both events, so don't miss out!

Carol Service Location (6.30pm): St Margaret's Church, SW1P 3JX

Drinks Reception Location (8pm): Church House, Great Smith St, SW1P 3AZ (Entry via the Dean's Yard, Westminster Abbey will be available on the night)

#SyriaStillMatters

There are 14.6 million people in need of humanitarian assistance in Syria. 90% of the population lives in poverty and 2 million live in informal settlements or camps.

All funds raised go directly to health and education programmes that are supporting the livelihoods of Syrian doctors and teachers as well as vital services to their local communities.

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