Simon Callow's Dickensian Christmas

A festive treat featuring Dickensian Christmas readings from Simon Callow, and Victorian carols from the BBC Singers.

 

Charles Dickens did more than any other to shape the traditions of modern Christmas. Actor Simon Callow, who has written about and portrayed Dickens extensively, joins the BBC Singers for a special seasonal celebration of Dickensian Christmas readings, paired alongside carols from the era. From the Victorian splendour of St Luke’s Chelsea (the church in which Charles Dickens married) join Simon Callow, the BBC Singers and conductor Ben Palmer for carols, readings, mulled wine and mince pies – the perfect start to Christmas.

Find out about BBC Singers performances in the Barbican Hall, Milton Court and St Giles’ Cripplegate here

Tagged with: BBC Singers 2017–18

All tickets include a complimentary glass of mulled wine, or soft drink, and a mince pie to be enjoyed after the concert.

Unreserved seating. Please note that some seats may have a restricted view.

St Luke's Church, Chelsea