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Thursday, 5 November 2015

Carols for the Animals and Sing for Samaritans Christmas Concert

There will be two ticketed Carol concerts at St Stephen Walbrook in December. Here are the details:

Please join International Animal Rescue in a celebration for all the animals this Christmas on Thursday 3rd December at St Stephen Walbrook Church. Traditional carols, the St Stephen's Walbrook Choir, mulled wine and minced pies plus readings by special guests including Peter Egan (Downton Abbey) will all make for a wonderful Christmas evening.

Please visit the link to book your tickets

Set in one of Sir Christopher Wren's most stunning churches the evening is a chance to celebrate Christmas and the animal kingdom. Hear festive readings and special performances whilst raising money for the work of International Animal Rescue which rescues animals from cruelty and suffering around the world.

All proceeds to support the animal rescue projects of International Animal Rescue. There will be a special presentation from Alan Knight OBE, Chief Executive of International Animal Rescue on the orangutans in Borneo and the current forest fires emergency.

Please note due to the historic nature of the church it is not easily accessible for wheelchair users.

Sing for Samaritans Christmas Concert

Christmas is coming! On Friday 4th December the birthplace of Samaritans, St Stephen's, Walbrook, will play host to our inaugural Sing for Samaritans Christmas Concert. Featuring the talented London Chorus choir, the event promises to be a wonderful evening of singing, celebrating and raising money for a fantastic charity.

The London Chorus is London’s most versatile choir, practising and performing a challenging and varied repertoire and continually developing its tradition of excellence. The choir will be leading some rousing well known sing-a-long classics as well as delivering some beautiful traditional carols.

The evening will also feature readings from A Christmas Carol, read by Olivier Award winning actor, Henry Goodman.

All tickets are for unreserved seating at St Stephen's and include a complimentary drink.

Who is Central London Samaritans?

Central London Samaritans is the only support service in London open round the clock, every day of the year. Every year we receive over 100,000 calls for help. Our volunteers provide a safe space for people to talk to us about whatever's troubling them. Our callers are often distressed and experiencing despair and suicidal feelings. People call us to be heard, to work through their problems and find to positive outcomes that work for them.


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