7:30pm, Saturday 8 December 2018
St Peter's Church, 310 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall, London SE11 5HY
One of history’s most symbolic events of peace and humanity: the ceasefire of Christmas Eve 1914 across the Western Front.
In this Armistice Centenary year The Epiphoni Consort revive Rufus Stilgoe’s play, The Christmas Truce, first performed in 2014, which imagines the build-up to the truce with Hadley Fraser starring as Sergeant.
Featuring the choral music of German and British composers including J.S. Bach, Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Mendelssohn together with popular carols including Silent Night.
Tickets from EventBrite, £12-15, no booking fee
Nearest tube: Vauxhall
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Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Christmas Carols
JS Bach Christmas Cantata (excerpts)
Elgar The Snow
Silent Night, Past Three O’Clock, Tomorrow Shall be my Dancing Day