This Christmas we’re honoured to be supporting one of the most inspiring vocal groups in the country: The Choir with No Name. On 10th December we’ll be opening the show for the London branch of the organsiation, which runs choirs for people who’ve experienced homelessness.

The group’s Big Christmas Singalong is fast becoming a stale of the capital’s festive calendar, with audience members coming back year after year to join in with a whole host of Christmas favourites, from Fairytale of New York to I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day. Together we’ll be raising our voices to raise some vital funds for their work, bringing sackfuls of festive cheer to Shoreditch Town Hall in East London!

The Choir with No Name provides welcoming choir communities for those who have been affected by homelessness or are marginalised due to other factors such as mental health problems or drug and alcohol addiction.  Members get a hot, nutritious meal after each weekly rehearsal and have the opportunity to make friends, learn new skills and get themselves back on their feet. The choirs provide a platform for members to sing their hearts out on a regular basis – a hugely important way of building confidence and general wellbeing, and crucial to enabling members to find – or refind – their place in the world.

All profits from ticket sales will go directly back into funding the choirs and helping the charity reach out to more people affected by homelessness across the country.

So come on – be part of something extraordinary, and come and join in the fun!

Tickets £18 / £15 Concessions, available at:

Watch a video from CWNN Big Christmas Singalong 2015 here: