The Manchester Festive Happening: A Gospel Christmas at Albert Hall

Chris Horkan
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The Manchester Festive Happening: A Gospel Christmas at Albert Hall, City Centre 10 December 2017 Tickets from £22.00 — Book now

Now a firm fixture on the Manchester musical calendar, the Manchester Festive Happening returns to the restored Wesleyan chapel of Albert Hall for what promises to be a joyous, uplifting occasion.

The concert presents a gospel twist on the traditional Christmas carol concert, courtesy of the AMC Gospel Choir. Its programme features Handel’s Soulful Messiah, plus Joy to the World, Joyful Joyful and Amazing Grace, alongside both traditional carols and gospel hymns – with plenty of minced pies and mulled wine also on the cards.

The Manchester Festive Happening: A Gospel Christmas at Albert Hall, City Centre 10 December 2017 Tickets from £22.00 Book now

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