Let there be (Christmas) lights: Chamber Choir in town on Thursday

Time to squeeze another event into the Chamber Choir’s packed seasonal schedule: we’re delighted to have been invited to perform in town this Thursday, as Canterbury officially launches its Christmas celebrations and switches on its Christmas lights.

The Marlowe Theatre panto

On-stage in the area outside Fenwick’s at 5pm, the Choir will be performing a selection of carols before stars from this year’s Marlowe pantomime ‘Robin Hood‘ turn on the lights; this year’s show includes The Fast Show’s John Thompson (“Hullo, and welcome to Jazz Club: nice!”) and CBeebies’ Sid Sloane, so there’ll be a chance for some celebrity-spotting as well.

Catch them if you can!

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