Carol Singing

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Wednesday 8 December 2004 5.51pm
So does anyone fancy some Carol Singing then?

followed by some warm mince pies, and hot drink (or four).

I've no idea where or when, or how we can do this, so any suggestions welcome.
Wednesday 8 December 2004 6.34pm
I'm up for some Carol singing. There's usually a special carol service at Southwark Cathedral (plenty of good pubs nearby) but not sure when it is this year - will get back to you.
Wednesday 8 December 2004 9.18pm
Do they do a carols by candlelight anywhere in the area? I know it's a bit chilly over here, but really miss this at Christmas - it used to be a highlight, and we can always warm up with several buckets of mulled wine apres!
Thursday 9 December 2004 12.35pm
im up for it! been searching on london website for the perfect one but lots are charging quite high admissions...

went to a great one last year at kings college (strand) but it clashes with my work christmas party
Thursday 9 December 2004 1.14pm
At the Anglican Cathedral:

various local schools and companies have concerts, and there is:

Friday 17 December at 7.30 pm
Cathedral Choir Concert
Messiah (Handel) Part 1 and Christmas Carols by Candlelight.
Southwark Cathedral Choir and Chameleon Arts Orchestra
Director: Peter Wright; Organ: Stephen Disley.
Tickets: 12 (Reserved); 10 (Unreserved)

Over at St George's RC Cathedral,
they have a parish advent carol service this Sunday at 4pm.

Edited 1 times. Last edit at 9 December 2004 1.15pm by Lang Rabbie.
Thursday 9 December 2004 1.39pm
The (free) Festival of Lessons and Carols on Sunday 19 December at 6.30pm (at Southwark Cathedral [Anglican]) is also worth pointing out.

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Edited 1 times. Last edit at 9 December 2004 1.40pm by James Hatts.
Thursday 9 December 2004 4.32pm
I am also up for it.
Thursday 9 December 2004 5.03pm
Thank you Rabbie & James.

What do we fancy, Fri the 17th or Sun 19th. Either is fine by me.
Thursday 9 December 2004 5.10pm
Sunday 19th (because it's free!)
Thursday 9 December 2004 5.35pm
There is also a free carol service at St Paul's on Christmas Eve at 4 pm. I went to this a couple of years ago, and it was lovely. Getting in is a bit of a nightmare as it is unticketed, so it is worth getting there early.

(When I was there before, I saw some VERY unchristian behaviour in the "queue", and people let their kids run around noisily inside the church, too, which I thought was a shame. I bet they are the sort of people who take their kids to the Tate Modern members room....)

Edited 1 times. Last edit at 9 December 2004 5.35pm by The Lady Miss Jo Jo.
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