Press release: Celebrate Christmas with Carols at Temple Church

What better way is there to get into the festive spirit than by joining Advocate and LawWorks for our annual Christmas Carol Concert.

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The Advocate and LawWorks annual Christmas Carol Concert is back this year on Thursday 14th December.

This is the sixth consecutive year that the two access to justice charities have held a Christmas Carol Concert. It is one of the most highly anticipated events on the legal calendar, and a wonderful chance for all legal professionals to come together to celebrate Christmas and reflect on the difference that pro bono work has made on people’s lives in 2023.

The concert will take place in the heart of London’s legal quarter at the historic Temple Church, the perfect venue for an enchanting evening of music, mince pies and Christmas readings. Talented cellist Waynne Kwon will be performing, who has performed solo in several prestigious music venues across the world, as well as the chamber choir Collegium Musicum.

Celebrities Alex Macqueen and Stephen Mangan will also be making special guest appearances on the night to deliver the readings, as well as the new Lady Chief Justice, Dame Sue Carr.

Tickets are now available to purchase and start at £10, and exclusive tickets are also available for those who would like to join the sparkling wine and mince pie reception after the concert. Doors will open at 5:30pm, with the concert beginning at 6:15pm.

All ticket proceeds go towards raising vital funds for the people in desperate need of legal assistance that Advocate and LawWorks exist to support. As the UK continues to face a cost-of-living crisis, pro bono services are more vital than ever for those who have lost jobs, are struggling to pay rent, or are trapped in abusive situations. This need is only likely to grow further in 2024. The Christmas Carol Concert is therefore a perfect opportunity to both raise money and get into the festive cheer.

The concert is being sponsored this year by Hewetson & Co and Opus 2, and Temple Music Foundation have donated their box office support.

Tickets for the carol concert are available to buy through the Temple Music Foundation website.

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