Carols at Temple Church

There is still time to book tickets for the perfect start to the last working week before Christmas and support two access to justice charities, the Bar Pro Bono Unit and LawWorks.

The evening will include Temple Church Choir singing a selection from Britten’s Ceremony of Carols and sing-along congregation carols.

On Monday 18 December, from 5.30pm, the charities will host an evening of Christmas carols and readings at Temple Church, London EC4Y 7BB.

In addition a host of celebrity guests including Sherlock actor Rupert GravesSir Ernest Ryder, Senior President of Tribunals, Andrew Langdon QC, Chair of the Bar, and Nemone Lethbridge will be attending to give Christmas readings.

Book now to be sure of this wonderful opportunity to get into the festive spirit!

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