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Phil Cunningham's Christmas Songbook

Have bought 4 tickets £22.50 F28 - 31. You can purchase your own via Queen's Hall.

Like tinsel, mince pies and turkey sandwiches, Phil Cunningham's Christmas Songbook has become a well loved fixture in the seasonal calendar.

For two nights only, Phil will be joined by regular collaborators Eddi Reader, Karen Matheson, John McCusker, Kris Drever, Ian Carr, Kevin McGuire and the Songbook Brass Ensemble to lead you through a great fun night of festive music.

Oil your vocal chords and bring the family!

"Looking for something cockle-warming this bleak midwinter? Then this show is definitely for you. Mix together some brass with some of Scotland's top folk talent, sprinkle liberally with carols and festive favourites and the result is toastier than being baked in a mince pie." (The Scotsman)

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  • Maureen L.

    First time I have been to Christmas Songbook. It's a lovely way to start Christmas. I'll be looking out for it next year. Thanks Maureen

    December 21, 2012

  • Maureen

    Again, fabulously festive. All the old favourites with jokes thrown in. Really talented musicians.

    December 20, 2012

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