The renowned Kings Chamber Orchestra is back at Central Hall in December for it's annual Christmas concert! If you've not attended one of their events before, make sure you get a ticket and come and experience this unique and surprising live music event.
Gerard Le Feuvre and his string chamber orchestra are known for their humorous and spontaneous presentation of music, combining classical greats from the likes of Tchaikovsky, Greig and Haydn, with more modern music from the big screen and, of course, a few seasonal surprises.
This year's concert has the theme, 'A Light in the Darkness', and celebrates St Paul's 200th anniversary.
Why not invite your friends and neighbours for a great, festive evening out!
On arrival, you'll be welcomed with a free mince pie and a glass of seasonal mulled wine (or a non-alcholic alternative if you prefer), and there will be opportunity during the interval to purchase tea, coffee and soft drinks from the coffee shop, or red/white wine for a suggested donation. If you're a table guest, you are welcome to bring your own bottles and snacks (glasses will be provided).
When: Friday 8th December 2017.
Time: Doors open 6.45pm; concert starts 7.30pm.
Where: Central Hall, St. Mary Street, Southampton, SO14 1NF.
Cost: £12 per person for tiered seating (or £10 for concessions), or £250 for a table of eight. (Plus booking fees). Includes a free mince pie and glass of mulled wine (or non-alcoholic alternative) on arrival.
Dress code: Smart and formal, but keep it fun! Black tie, tiara, or something different!
To book: Please book through the Eventbrite page.
For more information: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.