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Christmas Carol Concert
We welcome you to celebrate with us as we wrap our dogs and cats in the love they deserve this Christmas.
Doors open at 7pm and as well as festive carols, mulled wine and mince pies, you’ll be treated to a very special guard of honour by some of our beloved dogs, along with goodie bags from our sponsors, Pet Pavilion.
You can also pick up some last-minute Christmas gifts from our Battersea retail stand, offering a unique product range, where every purchase helps our dogs and cats.
Buy your tickets today
Tickets cost £20 for a seat upstairs, or £30 for a seat downstairs.
Please note there is only access to the upstairs seating via stairs. If you have accessibility needs, please get in touch with the team via firstname.lastname@example.org so we can ensure your needs are met.
The Christmas Carol Concert is proudly supported by Pet Pavilion.
18-year-old Katie Marshall is an award-winning soprano and one of the most exciting young artists in the classical world today.
Alongside performing in the UK and overseas, Katie is an ambassador for charities including The Prince’s Trust and performs to support causes that she feels passionate about. As a huge animal lover, she’s proud to perform at this year’s Carol Concert in support of Battersea.
Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir
Formed in 1972 by László Heltáy, the choir has an excellent reputation in both Britain and abroad. With a regular pool of around 40 singers, the choir has a broad repertoire, having performed masses by every major composer, as well as early and contemporary works.
The choir performs unaccompanied choral work as well as collaborating with some of the country’s leading professional instrumentalists and soloists.
How to find us
St Luke’s Church is off Sydney street and is a five minute walk south of the King’s 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 on 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.
At the concert, you can purchase a £5 ticket to be in in with the chance of winning one of our fantastic raffle prizes.
We would like to thank everyone who has donated a prize to the event;
Get in touch
If you have any questions, you can contact our Supporter Services team on 020 7627 7883 or email email@example.com