Christmas Carols and Classical Concerts in London 2014

Enjoy your Favourite Christmas Carols at One of the Many London Venues:

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Christmas Caroling – Courtesy of VisitBritain

Alongside fairy lights, Christmas trees and festive foods there’s nothing that gets you into the festive spirit like your favourite Christmas carols.

Many of London’s major concert venues stage special Christmas concerts which feature world-famous singers and orchestras, as well as singalong shows that are family-friendly.

London’s beautiful historic houses and churches also put on a range of recitals and Christmas carols to get everyone in the Christmas mood.

Cadogan Hall – Christmas Cracker with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is back for the Christmas Cracker.  Known for its blend of yuletide magic, Christmas Cracker is a firm favourite with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra audiences.  For more details and to book this Christmas Cracker concert see Here.

Barbican Christmas

The Barbican has a varied line-up of Christmas concerts this year.  See what’s on here.

Westminster Abbey

Celebrate Advent and Christmas in the beautiful surroundings of Westminster Abbey. The Carol Services tend to be very much in demand and unless you’ve planned early, tickets may be hard to come by.  See what’s on at Westminster Abbey here.

St Paul’s Cathedral Concerts

There aren’t many more spectacular venues to enjoy a Christmas concert than at St Paul’s Cathedral. Many events are open to the public, and some are free.  St Paul’s concerts are very popular so be prepared to queue!  For the list of Christmas events see Here.

St Martin-in-the-Fields

St Martin-in-the-Fields is a beautiful 18th-century church set in Trafalgar Square. The church is a regular venue for classical concerts during the year and throughout December they run a Christmas concert programme.

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