Counting the days until our Christmas Celebration

The countdown is on to our Christmas Celebration!

The Prevent Breast Cancer team are in the midst of our final preparations for this special festive evening and we’re looking forward to seeing many of you there.  Our annual Christmas concert will take place at Manchester Cathedral on Friday 20th December.

Now in its sixth year, the Christmas Celebration is a night of fantastic entertainment for the whole family held in one of our city’s most beautiful buildings, Manchester Cathedral.  The atmosphere will be electric as we come together to celebrate Christmas and raise crucial funds for our research to prevent breast cancer for future generations.

To get everyone in the Christmas spirit, the evening will start with a heart-warming musical nativity play performed by local children.  Next up will be a range of choirs singing Christmas songs and other classics, you won’t be able to resist joining in! Our packed programme includes Altrincham-based choirs Absolute Belters, Simply Voices and children’s choir, Little Belters. There’ll also be the Affetside Choir from Bury, Suzie Qiu, a student from the Royal Northern College of Music performing a viola solo and the Rock Choir with singers from across Greater Manchester.

Alongside the entertainment will be a festive marketplace, perfect for picking up a stocking filler or two while enjoying a mince pie or mulled wine. Eat Me Drink Me will be serving cakes and hot food, whilst stalls including Jewellery by Deanne , Solely Soy wax candles, The Body Shop and Choc Manchester  and Big Red Craft Bus will be on hand to help with last minute Christmas presents.

Get your Christmas Celebration tickets today

The Christmas Celebration will be the best start to your Christmas, it’s always an unmissable event.  We have a few tickets still available – but please snap yours up quickly to avoid disappointment!  Advance tickets for the evening are £7.50 online here or there will be a limited number on the door at £10, with all proceeds going to Prevent Breast Cancer.