Petros Singers are planning a spectacular Christmas concert at St Peter’s Church on 10 December, complete with mulled wine, mince pies, and flickering candlelight.
The evening at the Hammersmith church will feature some 30 voices of the group, directed by Richard Bannan with harpist Tanya Houghton and Andrew Wells, organ.
The choir – which was originally founded in 1983 as St Peter’s Singers but changed its name to Petros Singers five years ago – will focus on Benjamin Britten’s ‘A Ceremony of Carols’, with other pieces by Rutter, Howells, Leighton and Walton.
The audience will also have the chance to flex its own vocal cords as the event includes traditional carols!
The occasion will also provide the chance to see the church’s refurbishment, which was unveiled in September and includes a dramatic new lighting scheme, complete period redecoration and a new sound system.
The concert takes place on Saturday 10 December at 7.30pm, at St Peter’s Church in Black Lion Lane. Doors open 7pm.
Tickets are £15 in advance (£10 concs) from wegottickets.com/petrossingers, £17 (£12 concs) on the door. Under 18s + students are £5.