Even the steeliest Scrooge will crack a smile as these Christmas bangers get the mass singalong treatment
The 80-strong London International Gospel Choir are bringing fun, soul and Christmas spirit to Regent Hall. Hear show-stopping tunes from the 80-strong LIGC, tunes from small ensemble groups, professional soloists and a hugely talented pianist flying in from Sweden specially. Regent Hall. Tube: Oxford Circus. Sat Dec 8. £15-£20.
Low on Christmas spirit? Hear Royal Holloway University Chapel Choir sing carols in Apsley House’s stunning Waterloo Gallery and you’ll feel more festive than Noddy Holder shouting ‘It’s Christmaaasss’ on ‘Top of the Pops’. Apsley House. Tube: Hyde Park Corner. Fri Dec 7. £25.
The 500-strong Some Voices choir are channelling 1930s New York for this prohibition-style party. Music-wise the choir will be mixing up the timeline with hits from Wham! and Shirley Bassey. What’s a Christmas party without George? Troxy. Limehouse DLR. Mon Dec 10-Wed Dec 12. From £19.80.
Expect all the festive feels as the north London singing troupe team up with Chaps Choir for a merry night of jazz, soul and fresh arrangements. You’ll definitely be toasty after busting a move to their gospel grooves. Cecil Sharp House. Tube: Camden Town. Thu Dec 6. £12.
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