A West End Christmas Tickets
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Since 2003, The Make A Difference Trust has been restoring the spirit of Christmas, with the cast and stars of West End shows coming together as part of A West End Christmas.
A West End Christmas is a highlight of London's festive season, join the cast and stars of some of London’s biggest shows to celebrate with a magical mix of music and verse!
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 30min (including interval)
Performance dates3 December 2017
Please note that the doors will open at 7.00pm and that the performance will begin at 7.30pm sharp.
Patricia Mortimer7th December
Disappointed .... it was more of a Carol Service than anything else. I was expecting to see short excerpts (songs/dances) from the current West End shows. The tickets were very expensive for what was offerred, although we did enjoy the mulled wine and mince pies. :(
Johannes Pohl6th December
Great location and great performance. Strong recommendation
Iain Hutchinson4th December
An excellent, uplifting evening, packed full of amazing performances!
Ian Britts4th December
I found the booking difficult. No seating plan and I wanted to choose the seats which wasn’t available. I have been going to the event for 5/6 years and really enjoy the entertainment and atmosphere. But found this the most difficult system to book. I hope you improve for next year, if you are offered the contract.
Chloe Taylor4th December
Fabulous! It was magical, hilarious and full of amazing talent. Loved it!
Miss Louise Gregory4th December
Such a lovely start to a fabulous Christmas. When I first went to West End Christmas there were only 6 of us. Due to the wonderful concert and the intermicy of the church..... 46 of us went this year.
Bruce Bulgin4th December
The show was great. My only gripe was that I could not work out in advance where the seats would be, but I do understand that as a church rather than a theatre it's a problem. But next year I'll know which seats to go for.