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Festive magic to light up St Anne's Cathedral

Matthew Campbell, Ian McElhinney, Peter Corry and Eimear Quinn are among those performing at this year's Christmas at the Cathedral event in Belfast

ST ANNE'S Cathedral Belfast will be alive to the sounds of the festive season as Peter Corry Productions returns with their festive show Christmas at the Cathedral.

The concert, which promises an enchanting production filled with festive songs and beautiful music, will be performed on three occasions over a two-day period on December 16 and 17.

“I am excited about this show as each year, I always strive to do something different and unique, I can promise you an enchanting production absolutely filled to bursting with festive songs and beautiful music," says Peter Corry.

“Our aim is to bring you plenty of moments of laughter and smiles, along with the chance to reflect on the beauty and magic of the season. This talented team of performers will have you leave the show fully embracing the festive spirit."

Joining the singer on stage will be the talented youth voices of Belfast School of Performing Arts, Downpatrick multi-instrumentalist and singer Matthew Campbell and Craigavon-born flautist Eimear McGeown.

Eimear has steadily built a reputation for being one of the world's most versatile exponents of both the classical and Irish flute and will captivate the cathedral audience.

Classical crossover artists, The Celtic Tenors, who have celebrated 20 years together, will be making their debut at the Belfast Cathedral.

Providing the narration will be Belfast actor and director Ian McElhinney (Derry Girls and Game of Thrones).

“I'm very much looking forward to being on the stage once again – a live performance is one of my most enjoyable things to do, especially in the stunning and atmospheric setting of St Anne's Cathedral," he said.

:: Christmas at the Cathedral takes place on December 16 at 7.30pm and on December 17 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. For further information and tickets visit Petercorryproductions.com.

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