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PETERBOROUGH CHOIRS ARE SET TO BRING US CHRISTMAS MAGIC

A Christmas concert at Peterborough Cathedral is selling fast with a quarter of tickets already being snapped up.

The popular annual Christmas Magic event is going ahead as planned on Saturday December 12 in the stunning setting of Peterborough Cathedral, with a family-friendly matinee at 2.30pm and an evening performance at 7.30pm.

The pandemic has meant that only 500 seats are available across the two performances and after an uncertain few months, with no large-scale live performances in the city this is one that many people are looking forward to.

Peterborough’s multi-award winning choirs Peterborough Male Voice Choir and Peterborough Voices will be performing  festive favourites like Most Wonderful Time of Year, When a Child is Born White Christmas, Little Saint Nick, The Christmas Song, Santa Baby, Winter Wonderland, It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas and many more.

Christmas Magic is now in its tenth successful season, and its third with the stunning backdrop of Peterborough Cathedral and will also feature Peterborough Festival Brass with instrumental classics like Sleigh Ride.

The choirs’ director William Prideaux says – “Christmas Magic is a wonderful opportunity for us to have fun, celebrate and put on a fantastic show for our home audience, who give us such fantastic support throughout the year.

“It’s the icing on the cake to perform in the stunning setting of Peterborough Cathedral and – this year more than ever – we’re looking forward to digging out our Christmas jumpers and presenting a really memorable afternoon and evening of festive fun for all the family!”

Early bird prices remain available until October 1.

Tickets from £18 are available at www.peterboroughsings.org.uk or by phone on 0333 666 3366 (fees apply).

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