Celebrate the Festive Season with Christmas Carols at The Hub MK
Come and join us to celebrate the festive season and sing along to much loved Christmas carols with Milton Keynes’ very own Community Choir at The Hub on Friday 10th December, 6.30-7.30 pm.
Wrap up warm, grab a hot chocolate from Subway or a Festive cocktail from Be At One or Blossom Room and fill The Hub with the sound of much loved festive classics!
And then why not make an evening of it and continue the party with drinks and dinner at your favourite bars and restaurants in The Hub! Whether you’re with family, friends or work colleagues, The Hub offers a wide choice of food and drinks to suit every taste.
To avoid disappointment, please make a reservation. Visit www.thehub-miltonkeynes.com for contact details of all restaurants and bars.
The 40 strong choir will also be raising money on the evening for The Thames Valley Air Ambulance Service which covers Milton Keynes.
Address: The Hub, situated between Avebury Boulevard and Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 2HP
We look forward to seeing you!
Information on Milton Keynes Community Choir:
Milton Keynes Community Choir was founded in 2008 and has expanded rapidly to form a large choir with around 90 members. The choir’s repertoire is wide and varied, encompassing modern, contemporary, classical, gospel, soul, folk and World music. As a community choir, we aim to sing for fun, to make friends and very importantly to raise funds for charities with the accent being on ‘Community’ as many of the charities have been local ones, such as MK Hospital and the children’s charity ‘Keech Hospice Care’.
In normal times, we present a Christmas concert each year and a summer one on alternate years, run workshops with guest leaders, participate in the local, national and international choir festivals and raise funds for emergency disaster appeals. We have also been invited to perform at mayoral inaugurations and other celebratory events.
We are proud to have been invited to perform at several prestigious events, such as:
- The Rugby World Cup before the Japan vs Samoa match in 2015;
- World Premiere of Shout Out by David Lang;
- Voices now at the Roundhouse, London in 2015;
- The Barbican with the London Symphony Orchestra as part of ‘Symphonic Gospel Spirit’, a celebration of gospel music led by Dr Andre Thomas in 2020.
We were awarded first place in our class at the Milton Keynes Festival of the Arts in March 2020.
When Covid-19 changed our lives in 2020, MKCC were one of the first choirs to hold our weekly rehearsals using Zoom and we were featured on ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’.