Wren Chapel & Great Hall, Royal Hospital Chelsea

Price: £25 per person (Members Only) 

Enjoy the festive warmth and tradition of the Friends of the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s annual Christmas carol service. Sir Christopher Wren’s beautiful Chapel is the perfect setting for the Festival of Lessons, read by the Chelsea Pensioners, and the soaring voices of our critically renowned Chapel Choir, whilst we join in with favourite congregational carols.

Then head to the impressive Great Hall for some seasonal shopping at the Christmas bazaar. A glass of spiced mulled wine and a delicious mince pie complete this magical and memorable Christmas experience, open to all Friends and family.

Please arrive promptly to guarantee the seats of your choice, as all seating is unreserved.

Due to capacity, parking on site is only available to blue badge holders and must be reserved in advance via the Friends Office.

Tickets for this event are available exclusively to Friends of the Royal Hospital Chelsea and their guests, to book tickets or to become a member call our Membership Officer on 020 7881 5516.

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