As the event is this evening, tickets are now only available to purchase on the door.
Join us for this magical, candlelit evening and celebrate the beginning of the festive season.
Our annual Christmas Carol Concert is back at the beautiful St Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge on Thursday 02 December at 6.45pm.
This year, the magical evening will be hosted by broadcaster Mary Nightingale. You'll enjoy a wonderful array of carols from Farleigh School choir and readings from celebrity guests including Rob Delaney, Alex Kingston, Tom Brittney and Giles Andreae.
The special evening will help us to raise vital funds to support seriously ill children and their families in 2022 and beyond.
Meet our 2021 Celebrity Guests...
Giles Andreae is one of the UK’s most popular children’s authors, with many award-winning titles to his name, including international bestseller, Giraffes Can’t Dance. His recent work includes Winnie-the-Pooh: The Great Heffalump Hunt, commissioned by A.A. Milne’s estate, and the ever popular I Love… series, illustrated by Emma Dodd. Several of Giles’s books have been adapted for both the stage and screen. Giles is also the creator of the humorous stickman poet, Purple Ronnie, and the philosopher/artist, Edward Monkton.
Alex Kingston trained as an actress at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and is best known internationally for her role as River Song in Doctor Who and her role of Dr Elizabeth Corday in ER. Most recently, she can be seen as Sarah Bishop in fantasy series A Discovery of Witches for Sky and as Judith Gray in drama series The Widow for Amazon. She will soon be seen playing the role of activist Harriet Weaver in the upcoming feature film James and Lucia that accounts the final years of Irish writer James Joyce.
Rob Delaney is a BAFTA, Royal Television Society and Broadcast Press Guild Award winning writer, actor and comedian. He is the co-creator and star of the hit Channel 4 show Catastrophe. He has appeared in such films as Deadpool 2, Home Sweet Home Alone, Tom & Jerry and Ron’s Gone Wrong. Other television credits include Key & Peele, FX and BBC2’s Trust and CBeebies’ Bitz & Bob. In 2022 Rob will appear in the films Mission Impossible 7 and Judd Apatow’s The Bubble. Upcoming television includes Showtime’s The Man Who Fell to Earth and Amazon Prime’s adaptation of the international bestselling novel, The Power.
Tom Brittney is TV and Film actor who trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He can currently be seen playing the lead, Reverend Will Davenport, in ITV's Grantchester. He was recently in BBC’s Make Me Famous. Other screen credits include Outlander, UnReal, Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool with Jamie Bell and Annette Bening, and WW2 thriller Greyhound with Tom Hanks.
Mary Nightingale is one of the UK’s longest standing newsreaders - presenting the award winning ITV Evening News for more than 20 years. She has twice been named Newscaster of the Year by the Television and Radio industries Club.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call 01372 220022 or [email protected]
If you cannot attend this year's event, but would still like to support us by making a donation, you can donate here.