Five ways to hear carols in Ipswich town centre this Christmas

POSTED ON: 20/11/2018

Hearing carols being sung is one of the loveliest parts of the run-up to Christmas. We have compiled a list of the places to hear them sung either whilst you are doing your shopping or as a stand-alone service:

Wednesday December 2nd, Saints Festive Market: 10am to 4pm

A free market for all to enjoy, with a chance to browse stalls and independent retailers. There will be a choir and festive food!

Wednesday December 12th, Quay Place: 7pm

Carols with The Reade Vocal Ensemble from The Royal Hospital School, homemade mince pies and mulled wine/juice. Advanced tickets £3 or £5 on the door. 

Saturday December 15th, The Cornhill: 2.30pm

80-strong Pop Chorus choir will be performing on the new Cornhill to accompany you whilst you shop and browse on the high street.

Tuesday December 17th, St Mary le Tower: 1.10pm

Concert of Christmas carols with the Choir of St Mary's (admission free, retiring collection).


Saturday December 21st, Unitarian Meeting House: 6pm

Christmas carols and reading by candlelight.


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