5 things to do at Derby Cathedral this Christmas
17:15 02 November 2015
Derby Cathedral will be hosting some special events this festive season
Saturday 5th December, 7.00 pm
AND NOW WE CALL HIM SANTA CLAUS: AN ADVENT CONCERT CELEBRATING ST. NICHOLAS
Derby Cathedral Choir presents a musical extravaganza for the Feast of St. Nicholas. Tickets include mulled wine and mince pies. Priced at £15 (central nave) and £10 (side aisles). Children free with an accompanying adult.
Friday 18th December, from 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
FESTIVE TOWER CLIMB
Experience the Christmas lights of Derby from over 200 foot high. Includes mulled wine and homemade Bakewell mince pies as a reward! Pre-booking required, tickets priced at £8 available from the Cathedral Bookshop.
Christmas Eve, 4.00 pm & 6.30 pm
CHRISTMAS EVE CAROL SERVICES
Free; ticketed. Book early to guarantee your seat at this candlelit carol service; a famous staple of a Derby Christmas!
Christmas Eve, 11.30 pm
Experience the magic of Midnight Mass at Derby’s newly refurbished Enlightenment Cathedral. A free to attend service, all welcome.
Christmas Day, 10.45 am
CHRISTMAS CATHEDRAL EUCHARIST
Join the Cathedral congregation and celebrate Christmas at this very special service led by Alastair Redfern, Bishop of Derby.
The Cathedral Bookshop and Café are open Monday to Saturday with their seasonal offers from charity Christmas cards through to tasty Christmas Bakewell tart.
18-19 Iron Gate, Derby Tel: 01332 341201 visit www.derbycathedral.org for tickets and further information