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The Christmas carol in Victorian England

Courtesy of the Dean & Canons of Windsor ©
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  • Windsor Castle
  • Thursday, 5 Dec 2019
  • 18:15 - 19:15
  • £15.00, concessions £13.50

In the glorious setting of St George's Chapel, John Heighway, former Lay Clerk, shares the history of some of the carols that emerged in Victorian England, accompanied by performances from four Chapel singers. A festive start to the season.

Our lecture event finale as part of our bicentenary celebrations for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's birthdays.

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