December will see the return of our much-loved festive extravaganza, Christmas with the Stars at the Royal Albert Hall.
Christmas with the Stars
Join us once again at the Royal Albert Hall for the much-loved Christmas with the Stars, taking place on Tuesday 9 December 2014.
Radio 2 'Listen to the Band' presenter Frank Renton will be hosting a celebrity packed evening of Christmas favourites. Accompanied by his very own Concert Brass, the trumpeters of the Scots Guards, Sydenham High School Choir and the grand organ from the Royal Albert Hall, this special evening is guaranteed to be full of fun, surprises and Christmas cheer.
Last year we had spectacular performances from an array of stars, including Caroline Quentin, Ian Kelsey, The Overtones, Waterloo Road’s Heather Peace, Emmerdale’s Natalie Anderson and Tom Lister, Eastenders’ Neil McDermott as well as Phaldut Sharma, who performed a Christmas tap dance in our grand finale.
Join us this December to find out who's topping the bill at what's set to be another fantastic show. Tickets are on sale now from the Royal Albert Hall Box Office on 0207 589 8212.
If you'd like further information about this event in the meantime, please do get in touch with Rebecca on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event detailsDate: Tuesday, 09 December 2014Time: Starts at 7:30 pmLocation:
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We are delighted to have the vocal talents of the Sydenham High School Choir joining us once again for Christmas with the Stars.
Last year the 300 strong choir, our biggest yet, was made up of puils, staff, parents and friends of the school. As the School celebrated their 125th Anniversary, they chose to raise money for 3 charities, one of which being Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.
Through various activities they raised a truly incredible £10,000 which Head Teacher, Kathryn Pullen, along with school representatives Aysha Waheed and Paula Torren (pictured below) presented to Chief Executive, Cathy Gilman, on the night.
Their achievements over the past year have been truly inspirational and the money they raised made a vital contribution to our research into beating blood cancers.
We look forward to welcoming the Sydenham High School Choir once again this year.