Gospel Carols by Candlelight
In this special concert you’ll be serenaded with traditional Gospel and festive songs by the renowned IDMC contemporary Gospel Choir, while also getting to sing your favourite carols too! And, when the choir make their entrance against the stunning backdrop of St Paul’s Church, we guarantee you’ll be covered in goosebumps. The atmosphere in this cosy and candlelit venue is enchanting and the perfect place to get you ready for Christmas.
St Paul’s Church also has a beautiful outside space where we’ll be serving you a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie as part of the experience when you arrive. If this isn’t enough to get you feeling excited, then just wait till you walk around Covent Garden’s markets and streets, sparkling with their famous festive lights.
Everyone is welcome to this special event. Please make sure to book your tickets in advance as we completely sold out last year! Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the international development charity Feed the Minds, to help them continue their life-changing work around the world. To learn more about Feed the Minds, please visit: www.feedtheminds.org
IDMC GOSPEL CHOIR (pictured below) have been around for almost 25 years. They are a 25-piece gospel group of soulful, and energetic artists with an uplifting and contemporary sound. In 2008, they shared the stage with Stevie Wonder at the ARK fundraiser, where they helped raise £25 Million Pounds, they have also supported Matt Goss at this years BBC Proms in the Park, and they previously supported Jason
Mraz and Michael Bublé on UK tours. This summer saw them on tour around Denmark with Danish, international superstar Lukas Graham, singing in front of audiences of up to 45000 people. And, in 2013, they performed at the Festival De La Sibiu, Romania, playing seven sell out nights, and were nominated for a MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Award. This year IDMC won the Premier Gospel Radio award for Choir of the Year 2018.
17th and 18th December
19:30 - 21:00 (doors open at 19:00)
No Age Restrictions.