“danSing at Christmas” – A Magical Family Christmas Concert

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Date(s) - 21/12/2018
7:00pm - 10:00pm

St Joseph's Catholic Church

W Gate
West Yorkshire

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Wetherby, 21st December 2018 – 7pm

Yorkshire performing arts group, danSing, will host a festive concert to raise funds for WISE, a local which supports the elderly in Wetherby and the surrounding villages.

Headlining this magical evening will be British recording artist, composer and international flautist, Simeon Wood. Simeon recently appeared on the popular TV show, Britain’s Got Talent and, when not touring, is regularly commissioned to write music for television and theatre productions. Other special guests for the concert include TV journalist and News Presenter, Christine Talbot, and acclaimed tenor, Christian Lunn.

The impressive concert line up also features vocal duo, Lydia and Jonathan Bradd, close harmony trio, The Duchy Belles, Music for Youth award winners Brackenfield Junior Choir, popular Wetherby singer, Sadie Yarwood, musical theatre artists Coraleigh Hobson (Phoenix Dance, NYMT), Lucy Sherman (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, National Tour and Strictly Ballroom) and Niamh Hendron, and danSing’s own talented, young performers and creative team Helen Leaf and Jane Waring.

“danSing at ” is an event for all the family, with a special appearance from Father himself, and promises to be a magical way to start the festive season.


The concert starts at 7 pm and there will be no interval. Festive refreshments will be served after the event. Tickets are £15 for adults with free admission for children aged 12 and under. Children are invited to bring along a wrapped gift for the elderly which will be collected by Father Christmas and distributed by WISE.

Tickets are available from Jane Waring

tel: 07900 430 448 or email janewaring@hotmail.co.uk


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