Past Meetup

Christmas with CitySound Voices and Special Guests

This Meetup is past

20 people went

St. Michael's Church 'Without'

Walcott Street · Bath

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Seats will be reserved and labelled 'Meet Ups' inside.

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A Concert with two choirs, a soloist, an MC and some audience participation to put you in the festive mood!

A mix of carols, festive songs, poems/funny readings, light refreshment and good company. A Christmas tipple at the Sarecens Head afterwards too :)

In aid of the National Osteoporosis Society.

Tickets: £10 Adults (16+), £5 Children (Under 16 yrs), £25 Family (4 persons). Tickets available NOW from

Even though the poster says you can buy tickets at the door, the last two years it was sold out, so buy yours EARLY from the box office to avoid disappointment and RSVP.

I'm in CitySound Voices so Alex, James and Helen will host the meet up and I'll join you all at the pub afterwards.


CitySound Voices:
Conducted by Ruth McKibbin
Accompanied by Peter French
with special guests:
Alexander Johnson (Tenor)
Mark Blackham (Master of Ceremonies)
& NOS Voices (the charity’s “in-house” choir).

Once on Royal David’s City. Verse 1 Soloist, Alexander Johnson

MC: Mark Blackham
Reading: Christmas by John Betjeman

CitySound Voices:
Star Carol (Rutter)
O Nata Lux (Lauridsen)

NOS Voices:
Jazz Gloria (Sleeth)
Ring Christmas Bells (Leontovich)
Carol: Joy to The World (Handel)

CitySound Voices:
Alleluia! (Reeves)
A Child is Born in Bethlehem (Stopford)

Call to action (NOS speaker): Dedicate a star. Share the memory. Change a life.

CitySound Voices & NOS:
O Holy Night (Adams) – with soloist Alexander Johnson

INTERVAL (refreshments available)

Tonight (Bernstein) – Soloist: Alexander Johnson

CitySound Voices:
Wintertide (Ola Gjelio)
The Snow (Elgar)
Carol: Jingle Bells

MC – Mark Blackham
Reading: The Twelve Days of Christmas – A Correspondence by John Julius Norwich

CitySound Voices:
Carol: The Twelve Days of Christmas
Christmas Blessing (Stopford)
We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Warrell)