Get into the festive spirit at our Christmas carol service
Join us at iconic London landmark St Paul’s Cathedral for a glittering festive evening filled with celebrity readings and headline music performances as well as some traditional Christmas carols
After the carol service we'll be hosting a very special gala dinner celebration in the crypt of St Paul’s Cathedral, London to help raise more than £150,000 to support our Childline service.
This year we’re delighted to announce that special guest, acclaimed tenor Russell Watson, will be performing during the concert. So, practice singing your favourite carols, get your glad rags on and join us and Dame Esther Rantzen to celebrate 30 years of Childline at this wonderful family event.
Tickets are now on sale on Ticketmaster, for £22 - £99. Each guest will also receive a lovely gift from our friends at Lindt.
The concert starts at 7pm and will last approximately 75 minutes. Doors open at 6pm to all ticket holders.
There are a limited number of VIP packages available which include exclusive pre-concert drinks, top price tickets at the concert and a table of 10 guests at the dinner.
We do have a limited number of VIP tables available now. Email us to reserve your table.
How you'll make a difference
Abuse changes childhoods, but so can we. By taking part in a walk or trek for us, your donation will make sure that when a child needs a helping hand, we're there.
We help children across the UK to rebuild their lives and we're finding ways to prevent it runing anymore.
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Other ways you can help
Brighton Marathon 2017
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Help us fight for every childhood by making a donation today. Your gift will help us be there, whenever a child needs us.
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* Photo credit: Paul Hudson