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Eclipse Choir will be 'Hauling out the Holly' and performing a very special selection of Christmas songs and carols to celebrate the festive season.

Join us to experience distinctive and moving Christmas music, including Will Todd's Jazz Carols, Philip Stopford's Lully Lulla Lullay, John Rutter's Candlelight Carol and Joni Mitchell's River, amongst others. We hope to leave you 'Walking on Air' and 'Beginning to Look a lot like Christmas'.

We're honoured to be supporting Samaritans Kingston with a charitable bar and collection during the concert.


All Saints Church,

14-16 Marketplace,

Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1JP



£13 adults

£7 full time students and under 18

Under 5s go free

Families welcome. Please email if you need any special support, such as reserved space for a wheelchair.

Doors open 7pm

About Eclipse Choir

Eclipse is a local choir of amateur singers based in Kingston upon Thames, who sing in two separate groups of SATB and SSAA voices. Led by choir director and music producer, James Hawkins, our goal is to sing with purpose and musical sensitivity, and create a beautiful polished sound.



The Set List

Eclipse Concert 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Set List 1

  1. It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas, by M Wilson
  2. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day, arr. J Leavitt
  3. Slipping Through My Fingers (small group), by B Ulvaeus and B Andersson
  4. Walking In The Air, by H Blake, arr. A Snyder
  5. Robin, by P Paulusma
  6. Away In A Manger, arr. W Todd
  7. Candlelight Carol, words and music by J Rutter
  8. CHARITY SPEECH by a representative from the Samaritans Kingston
  9. Where the Light Begins, by S LaBarr

INTERVAL (20-25mins)

Set list 2

  1. Lully, Lulla, Lullay, by P Stopford
  2. Once In Royal David's City, arr. W Todd
  3. Helplessly Hoping, by S Stills
  4. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, arr. M Hayes
  5. River, by J Mitchell
  6. When The Thames Froze, by A Burrows and T Smith
  7. Night Of Silence, by D Kantor, arr. M Biery
  8. We Need A Little Christmas, by J Herman, arr. M Hayes