Carols by Candlelight

Last Updated on : 18th December 2015

Carols by Candlelight

Carols by Candlelight, raised over £12,000 on Wednesday 9 December at St Luke’s Church in aid of St George’s School, Ethiopia. The school has been founded and funded with support from the Broomwood Hall School community.

Carols by CandlelightAnother fab, glittery evening, over 350 attended our third Carols by Candlelight in aid of St George’s School, our inspiring project to bring a Broomwood Hall style education to some of the world’s most deprived children.

We were treated to beautiful singing from our choirs, stellar performances and readings from Max Bronstein, Lance Pierson, Jack Dee, Simon Manyonda, Natalie Keane, more wonderful singing from Damian Ploumis, Helen Hardwick and Philip Harradine Robinson, and – perhaps best of all – a first performance of Adrian Munsey’s Nunc Dimittis, written especially for us, and sung by the Celeste group accompanied by renowned harpist Camilla Pay. Just magical.

The next Carols by Candlelight will be held in early December 2016. Do go to the website to keep up to date with all the latest news from St George’s.

www.broomwoodinethiopia.com

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