The Missing People Choir, who reached the finals of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent with their highly emotive performances, is to feature in the charity's annual Carol Service on Monday 11th December to remember all those who are missing this Christmas, alongside readers Amanda Holden and Sir Trevor McDonald OBE.
The annual Missing People Carol Service is also hosted by Sir Trevor, who is patron of the charity, and was the occasion for the choir’s first ever performance in December 2014. The highly popular event has been a sell-out ever since.
Clare Cook from Missing People, who co-founded the choir with director James Hawkins said, “After the incredible platform that the choir have had this year thanks to Britain’s Got Talent, it feels right that we are returning to the intimacy of our ‘spiritual home’ of St Martin-in-the-Field to celebrate Christmas whilst remembering all those who are missing. We are so grateful to Sir Trevor McDonald and Amanda Holden for their support. Please do join us for this highly poignant festive occasion.”
Also performing at the event will be the Royal Mail’s Mail Voice Choir and the Choral Scholars of St Martin-in-the-Fields as well as contributions from families with missing loved ones.
The Missing People Carol Service takes place on at 6.30pm Monday 11 December 2017, St Martin-In-The-Fields, Trafalgar Square. Book below or head to Evenbrite for more information.
The Missing People Choir will also feature on a collaborative charity album this Christmas “Stand Together” by “Choirs With Purpose”. Click to pre-order the album now.