Christmas Celebration 2020

Our Christmas Celebration will be a little different this year!

 

Virtual Christmas Celebration

 

Join us on Friday 11th December for a fun and festive evening, filled with music and entertainment, which you will be able to enjoy from the comfort of your own home.

The Christmas Celebration is suitable for all ages and will include performances from local choirs, talented musicians and a face or two you may recognise, all helping to get you into the festive spirit!

The evening will run from 7pm to 8.30pm and will be hosted by TV and radio presenter, Michelle Eagleton and the fabulous Belinda Scandal. You won’t be able to stop yourself singing along to a mixture of Christmas songs and upbeat classics!

Tickets for the event are FREE but we ask that you please make donation in return for your ticket. Any gift you make will help us to continue our vital research to prevent breast cancer and protect future generations from this terrible disease. To make a donation please enter your donation amount into the box marked optional.

You only need to register for one ticket per household. The concert will be shown on our YouTube channel so you will be able to watch it on your smart TV, laptop or tablet without needing to download anything.

A huge thanks to Spire Manchester Hospital for sponsoring this event and for all their support this year.

Whether you dress up in your best Christmassy outfit or decided to snuggle up in cosy pj’s, we’d love you to share your pictures with us on the night. We might not be able to be together at the Cathedral this year but we can still join together to celebrate!

 

 

*If you are a UK Taxpayer, Prevent Breast Cancer can reclaim Gift Aid from the tax you pay for that tax year. For every £1 you donate we can claim an extra 25p back and every penny makes a big difference.

Making a Gift Aid declaration doesn’t cost you anything but it will help us to create a future free from breast cancer. For further information, please click here to read more about Gift Aid.

 

Spire Manchester Hospital