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Cotswold Life Carol Concert

PUBLISHED: 08:45 08 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:16 20 February 2013

Join us on Dec 3 for our annual celebration of Christmas in aid of Cancer Research UK

Please note: in the event of the Vineyards car park behind the Abbey being flooded, there is plenty of alternative parking in Tewkesbury including Gloucester Road and St Marys Lane

When: Thursday Dec 3, 2009 at 7.30pm

Where: Tewkesbury Abbey

Featuring: Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum with conductor Carleton Etherington and organist Alexander Hodgkinson

Tickets: 7 per adult; 2 per child

Tickets will be available from 05/10/09 and can be purchased either:

  • By sending a cheque made payable to Cancer Research UK to M Parker, 2 Springfield, Newtown, Tewkesbury, Glos, GL20 8EP

  • In person from the Tewkesbury Abbey Shop: St James's Chapel, Tewkesbury Abbey, Glos, GL20 5RZ; open from 9.30am Mon-Sat and from 12.30am Sun

Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum and their director, Benjamin Nicholas, have a full programme of concerts and services this month. Highlights include their Carol Service in Tewkesbury Abbey on Thursday 17 December at 6pm, and the 250th Anniversary performance of Handel's 'Messiah' on Saturday 19 December at 7pm. Schola Cantorum are celebrating Laurence Kilsby's success in winning the title BBC Young Chorister of the Year, and his remarkable voice can be heard at these events. Tickets for Messiah can be purchased from The Roses Theatre 01684 295074


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