The concert is on 14 December, 7.30pm at the Cope Auditorium and tickets are £7 or £5 for students. The venue also has free parking.
The story of ‘A Christmas Carol’ is retold with words by award-winning British playwright and actor Deborah McAndrew, with music by Staffordshire composer and educator Ashley Thompson. Drawing on a wide variety of styles, both old and new, this performance will incorporate well-loved carols and is the perfect blend of contemporary styles and traditional sentiment.
Eleanor Graff-Baker will conduct the Choir with accompanist Eleonora Babitsky.
Audience participation is encouraged and seasonal good cheer is guaranteed.
Tickets will be available on the door (subject to availability) but cash payments only.
The University Choir is open to students, staff and members of the public (age 16+) and rehearses on Monday evenings during term time. Membership is £10 per concert period (Jan-May or Sep-Dec) and free for Loughborough University students.
Find out more about the Choir.
Photography and/or filming may be taking place at this event. If you do not consent to your photo being taken/filmed and used for publicity purposes, then please alert the photographer/videographer on the day.
The Cope Auditorium has step-free access and there is an accessible toilet in the main foyer. The auditorium has wheelchair-user spaces in the flat floor seating area and is fitted with an induction (hearing) loop. Wheelchair users may bring a carer with them at no extra cost – please select a wheelchair ticket and a wheelchair carer ticket. A wheelchair carer ticket will not be valid on its own.
If you have any access requirements or anything you would like us to be aware of when running the event, please let us know via the booking form or email email@example.com in advance of booking and we will do our best to accommodate them.