PI's 25 Steps to Christmas - Step Nineteen: Carol Singing
19 Dec 2013 |
Carol singing is a very traditional Christmas activity, it doesn't have to be as sombre and boring an affair as you are currently imagining! So warm up your vocal chords and get involved, there are loads of places to go carolling in London, such as:
Carols in Trafalgar Square around a Christmas tree, the tree is a gift from Norway and has been tradition every year since 1947. Different charitable organisations sing carols around the tree each night from 9th-22nd December and the public are welcome to join in too. Find more information of how to get involved here.
The Royal Albert Hall Christmas Festival - There are a whole host of different events taking place at the Royal Albert Hall over the Christmas period, whether you want to sit back and be entertained or stomp your feet and sing your heart out there is something for you! For more information and to the browse events head here.
St. Paul's Cathedral - from family carol concerts to the famous midnight Eucharist on Christmas eve St. Pauls offers a range of events in celebration of Christmas, timings and more information can be found here.
At PI HQ we make a conscious effort to congregate after lunch and sing a carol, although some are reluctant to join in, we all always end up with big cheesy grins or in fits of laughter, or both!