Christmas Carol Concert

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who attended our 2023 Christmas Carol Concerts, and chose to support Battersea, the events were truly magical. We really can’t wait to put the events on again next year!

It’s time to get together for every dog and cat at our annual Battersea Christmas Carol Concert on Thursday 7 December and Friday 8 December 2023. Sing carols in the company of our Battersea dogs and in the beautiful surroundings of St Luke’s & Christ Church, Chelsea. 

When: Thursday 7 December and Friday 8 December 2023. Doors open at 7pm.  
Where: St Luke’s & Christ Church, Sydney Street, London, SW3 6NH.

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All the money raised will go towards giving animals everywhere a very merry Christmas and a brighter future.


Guests will be welcomed by some of our amazing rescue dogs. You can also enjoy popular carols and beautiful music from Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir (CML) as well as West End actor and singer, Nardia Ruth.  

With special guests and fiends of Battersea (both human and canine), we will bring you plenty of festive cheer – as well as mulled wine and mince pies enjoyed by all. You can also pick up some Christmas gifts from our shop.  

All the money raised will help us bring animals in from the cold and give a warm Battersea welcome, love and expert care to the dogs and cats that need us.


The concert will take place at:  

St Luke's & Christ Church
Sydney Street

The church is off Sydney Street and a five-minute walk south of the Kings Road.  

By tube: South Kensington and Sloane Square are both about a 10-minute walk from the church.  

By bus: The following bus routes stop at the King’s Road, which is close to the church: 19, 22, 11, 319. The best bus stop at which to alight for the short walk to the church is Chelsea Old Town hall.  


If you have any questions, you can contact our team on 020 7627 7883 or email

Mars Petcare is proud to have supported Battersea’s work throughout 2023. See how Mars Petcare has also partnered with Battersea with the Pedigree Relief Fund, which aims to support vulnerable pet owners and ensure rescue shelters don’t get overwhelmed. For more information visit the Pedigree website.