Christmas Carol Concert

18th Christmas Carol Concert

Tuesday 12 December 2017

St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge and The Berkeley

6.30pm concert, 7.30pm reception, 9.30pm event close

Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity and the Christmas Carol Concert committee are delighted to announce that our annual Christmas Carol Concert will be taking place on Tuesday 12 December at St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge and The Berkeley.

What the event involves

This enchanting celebration of Christmas will be held at St Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge with over 750 people enjoying beautiful music from ever popular carols and professional performances, all stunningly put together to put you and your family and friends in the festive spirit. A host of celebrity supporters will also add extra sparkle to this very heart-warming event with an array of festive readings.

Join us afterwards within the beautiful surroundings of The Berkeley for a champagne and canapé reception, where you will have the chance to take part in our luxury auction, Christmas cracker raffle and hear first-hand how your support will benefit the children at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

For our younger guests, there will be special canapés, professional entertainment a range of Christmas activities to keep them busy.


Adult concert and reception: £95

Adult concert only: £45

Adult reception only: £50

Child concert and reception: £45

Child concert only: £25

Tickets are now on sale. Please visit to purchase your tickets, or call the Special Events team on 020 3841 3272.

Where your money will go

The 18th Christmas Carol Concert will mark the third year of our Room to Breathe appeal, raising vital funds for the redevelopment of our new respiratory ward at GOSH.

Respiratory conditions are one of the most common causes of illness in children and GOSH provides one of the largest respiratory services in the UK. Our expert clinicians treat patients ranging from premature babies to teenagers, from the UK and across the world. They care for children with life-long and potentially life-limiting conditions such as cystic fibrosis and complex asthma.

Demand for GOSH's world-class respiratory service is only ever increasing. This increase in demand, coupled with the fact that the current facilities for respiratory patients are out of date, means creating a new respiratory ward is now an urgent priority for the hospital. This new ward, open to patients later this year, will allow the team at GOSH to treat even more children with complex respiratory conditions in a spacious family-friendly environment.

2017 will mark the 11th year that Trailfinders has sponsored our Christmas Carol Concert and we are so grateful for their support.