Light Up EACH Life Christmas Concert

Light Up EACH Life Christmas Concert



Name: Cambs Fundraising Team

Phone: 01223 204916

Online booking is now closed, however you can buy tickets on the night.

Sing! Choirs will be performing a selection of uplifting Christmas songs in celebration of the children and families we care for at EACH, as part of our Light up EACH Life Campaign.

This will be an uplifting event, suitable for all of the family… There will even be a chance for you to showcase your best singing voices and join in with a Christmas Medley!

The concert will last approximately 2 hours, which will include a 30 minute interval where hot drinks and refreshments will be available in the café.

The venue has good disability access. If you would like to enquire about a free carers ticket, please contact a member of the fundraising team.

St Andrew’s Baptist Church will also be illuminated in EACH’s purple and orange colours along with other city centre landmarks to honour the Light Up EACH Life campaign.

Tickets are on a first come first serve basis. Any remaining tickets will be available on the door.

Doors open 5pm with the concert starting at 6pm

Ticket Prices:

Standard Ticket (16+ yrs)  £10 
Under 16s Ticket (5-15 yrs)  £5
Under 5s  FREE

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