Carols by Candlelight
7:30pm Saturday 17th December 2016
ALL TICKETS NOW SOLD
DOOR AND BAR OPEN 6:45pm
Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, Teddington TW11 9NN (Find us)
Mark the Christmas Season in the Gothic Cathedral splendour of the Landmark Arts Centre in a family celebration programme of innovative and traditional music. Our ever popular festive start to Christmas week, with carols, seasonal music and words performed by Surrey Brass, local choirs and YOU! Come prepared to help raise the roof. This is our 15th year - please come along to make the best ever!
Mulled wine and Mince Pies will be on sale at the interval to complete the occasion.
The Landmark would like to dedicate tonight's performance to Tony Nieper, our Chairman, who died suddenly at the end of August.
Tony was one of the first volunteers here and was instrumental in setting up the concert programme, including the very first Carols By Candlelight.
He then served mulled wine every year until about five years ago.
Harlequin Chamber Choir - Conductor - Catherine Beddison
St.Paul's Singers - Conductor – Alison Renvoize
Giles Abbott - Storyteller
We present a delightful confection of traditional Christmas music, music from far away, long ago and yesterday woven together with a story you have never heard before. Everyone is encouraged to join in singing Christmas Carols!
We advise you to book early for this popular concert.
Tickets are £13 / £12 concessions / £10 LAC Members / £5 U16s
Online: Book here. Concert booking opens 19th July for LAC Members. Public booking opens 26th July.
By telephone: Box Office on 020 8977 7558 (11am - 4pm, weekdays)
By post: post your booking requirements with a cheque made payable to Landmark Arts Centre to our address.
Please enclose a SAE or your tickets will await collection at the Box Office.
In person: at the Landmark Arts Centre's Box Office (11am - 4pm weekdays) (Find us)
On the door: It is unlikely tickets will be available on the door for this performance.
There is NO PARKING ON SITE.
However, free parking is available in the streets surrounding the Landmark, please respect the local regulations and local residents.