With just a few days to go until our fifth Precious Moments Concert takes place at Middlesex University, we thought it would be a great time to fill you in on some of the fantastic elements of the event – some of which are hot off the press!
We’re delighted to announce that Nitin Ganatra – star of BBC EastEnders, Bride and Prejudice and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – will be hosting the event for us this year.
Nitin says, “I’m honoured to be hosting this year’s Precious Moments Concert for Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice. As a local parent, I have attended the concert twice before and thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a fantastic example of a community coming together to create precious moments and support their local children’s hospice.”
We’re also excited to welcome both the author and illustrator of The Goldfish Who Couldn’t Swim And Other Stories – Sue Gordon and Stuart Brendon. Copies of this lovely poetry book, which would make the perfect pocket companion for Christmas, will be available to buy on the evening for just £5, and Sue and Stuart will be signing copies during the interval.
Adding to the fantastic line-up of performers for the evening, we are thrilled to welcome Leanne Harwood.
Leanne has starred in some iconic West End shows including Grease, Mamma Mia and Footloose, and will be singing a classic musical theatre song as well as something a little Christmassy to get everyone into that festive mood.
There will also be some brilliant raffle prizes for you to win on the evening including:
- Five festive M&S Hampers worth over £45 each
- A team entry at ClueQuest Escape Rooms
- Gym memberships at David Lloyd
- Afternoon tea for 2 at the luxurious Down Hall Hotel & Spa
- A family ticket for the Santa Spectacular event at Willows Activity Farm
This year’s Precious Moments Concert promises to be a truly magical evening.
Tickets are available now so don’t delay and buy today!
If you are unable to make this event but would still like to purchase a copy of The Goldfish Who Couldn’t Swim And Other Stories see HERE for details on how to buy.
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