Baby Gospel Christmas Family Concert | Balham | 4pm | SOLD OUT
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Baby Gospel returns to Balham for a Christmas special! An uplifting family concert of soul, gospel and festive music, featuring the astonishing vocal talents of London’s CK Gospel Choir.
The whole family can enjoy singing and clapping along to Christmas favourites such as ‘Winter Wonderland’, ‘Jingle Bells’ and carols like ‘Hark the Herald Angel Sing’ as well as the usual soul & motown hits, Gospel songs and nursery rhymes.
CK Gospel Choir are a versatile professional group from London who are united by their love of gospel music and have provided backing for artists such as Beverley Knight, Peter Andre and Alfie Boe.
We’d love to see your festive fancy dress!
We are currently running at a reduced capacity to help keep our audiences and performers safe. All tickets must be booked online in advance, here or via Happity.
Adults – £13.75
Children – free (up to 3 children per paying adult)
If you are unable to attend as you are unwell or have to islolate, tickets are refundable (minus the booking fee) or you can use them to come to a future performance. Unfortunately you can’t give them to a friend to use in your absence.
Open to all ages but recommended for ages 0 – 8. Great fun for parents/carers and grandparents too!
We work with each venue to comply with their own Covid policy and ensure the space is cleaned before and after the event. In addition you can read our Covid FAQs.
VENUE & TRANSPORT
There is baby changing at this venue, disabled access and some space to park buggies inside the building (we always appreciate it if you can bring a sling to save space!).
There is a small coffee/tea bar inside the church.
The nearest station is Balham, there is limited on street parking outside – please check local restrictions.
Doors open 15 minutes before start time. Concert lasts approximately 45 minutes. Seating is unallocated.
We welcome adults and children with additional needs. Please contact us for more information.
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