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Christmas Carols With The Stars

Christmas Carols With The Stars Packages

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When: December 2017 - date to be confirmed
Where: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP

Here's your chance to really get into the spirit of Christmas and do your bit for charity by combining your London city break with a coach trip to enjoy Christmas Carols With The Stars. Returning for the 30th year, this much loved event takes place in the stunning Royal Albert Hall and promises to be a night to remember. Previous nights have seen a whole host of celebrities on the bill from popular TV shows such as ‘Eastenders' , 'Waterloo Road' and 'Emmerdale' taking to the stage.

Christmas Carols With The Stars is an amazing evening full of festive entertainment, giving you the opportunity to join in with some classic Christmas Carols played by a wonderful orchestra. The whole evening is compered by Frank Renton, who currently hosts 'Listen to the Band' on BBC Radio 2, and will feature performances by military brass bands, the Sydenham School Choir and a host of other celebrity appearances. This is the perfect festive event for the whole family in the lead-up to Christmas where your attendance will help raise much needed funds for Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

Packages tend to include: return coach travel, overnight bed and continental breakfast accommodation at a quality hotel in Greater London, hotel-to-venue transfers plus a Circle Seat ticket to the event. There is also a shopping and sightseeing visit to central London, as well as a short panoramic sightseeing tour.

Address: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP
How to get there: All of the featured coach packages to see Christmas Carols With The Stars will include transfers to the Royal Albert Hall. The nearest mainline station to the Royal Albert Hall is Victoria. You can also get to the Royal Albert Hall via the Underground but you would need to get off at either South Kensington or Kensington High Street. There is a 10 minute walk (approx) from either station to the Royal Albert Hall.



Christmas Carols were once an English custom called wassailing which means to toast a long life to your neighbours. Carols were also not sung in Church until introduced by Francis of Assisi during the 13th Century!