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2016 Past Events:
CHRISTMAS ORGANOKE: Saturday 17th December, 7pm
Ever wondered what it would sound like to sing Christmas karaoke hits in a church? Come along to find out! Tickets and information available here.
CHRISTMAS CAROL SERVICE: Sunday 18th December, 6pm
Join us at St Giles’ to hear Christmas words and music, old and new. There’ll be a chance to sing some traditional carols and enjoy some mulled wine and mince pies. St Giles’ Choir will sing a selection of carols including Harold Darke’s version of ‘In the bleak mid-winter’, ‘Torches’ by John Joubert, ‘Adam lay ye bounden’ by Boris Ord and Peter Cornelius’ ‘The three Kings’. All very welcome.
CHRISTMAS EVE: Saturday 24th December
3pm Crib Service – A service of readings and carols for children. The Christmas story is told through the travels of the shepherds, wise men and the Holy Family! Christingles are also lit at the end of the service.
6pm Carols on the merry organ – Carols are played on the organ for an hour in a candlelit church. You’re welcome to come and go as you like – an opportunity to relax before the festivities begin!
Midnight Mass – Join us at 12 midnight to welcome the light into our world at traditional Midnight Mass.
CHRISTMAS DAY: Sunday 25th December, 10am
Join us on Christmas morning for our festival service.
SILENT FILM NIGHT: Saturday 19th November
Join us for a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1929 classic film, ‘Blackmail’ in church. Camberwell Community Choir and a live jazz band will be accompanying the film and 1920’s dress is encouraged! Tickets are £7 and can be purchased on the door or at wegottickets.com
HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICE: Sunday 2nd October
Please bring any canned food you can spare to our harvest service – we will be offering our gifts this year to local charities.
MUSIC FOR MIDSUMMER’s EVE: Thursday 23rd June 2016
Escape the EU Referendum and join us for the sunset on Midsummer’s Eve at St Giles’. Starting at 9pm, there’ll be soothing summer music on the organ for around 45 mins in our gradually darkening church. Feel free to walk around and explore the changing colours from our stained glass windows. Or enjoy some wine and relax. Free, donations welcome.
ORGANOKE: Saturday 11th June 2016
Ever wondered what it would sound like to sing karaoke in a church? Come along to find out! Tickets £7 on the door. Bar available. Doors open at 7pm.
BURIED ALIVE: Monday 13th June 2016
Oskar McCarthy collaborates with pianist Rob Keeley to perform Othmar Schoeck’s 1927 song cycle. Semi-staged by candlelight – with sumptuous music and glorious poetry. Advance tickets are available from www.buried-alive.org. 9pm start.