‘Tis the season for goodwill to all, and proving most generous with their time are various sets of musical theatre performers who are doing all sorts of charitable endeavours this December. First up are the guys at Relative Motion have just announced West End Up Close… at Christmas, their third concert in partnership with The House of St Barnabas, a charity and members’ club in the heart of Soho.
After sold-out concerts earlier this year with Jodie Jacobs and Julie Atherton, this festive concert will take place this Wednesday 14th December at 7.30pm feature the amazing talents of Madalena Alberto, Julie Atherton, Julie Jupp, Joshua LeClair, Nigel Richards and George Ure as they bring some of their favourite songs and seasonal classics to the Chapel of St Barnabas in an intimate, acoustic concert, musically directed by James Taylor.
Members of the audience are invited to join them pre-show for complimentary mulled wine in the Garden Room and are encouraged to stay and enjoy the members’ bar at The House of St Barnabas post-show. All proceeds from the evening will go directly towards supporting HoSB’s Employment Academy.
The House of St Barnabas is a charity pledging to break the cycle of homelessness and social exclusion in London. They run a social enterprise, a not-for- profit members’ club, to help the people they support back into lasting paid work. Their Employment Academy offers accredited qualifications, on-site work experience, real job opportunities and mentoring. The House of St Barnabas are seeking to redefine the notion of a members’ club, to challenge stereotypes around the idea of exclusivity and to create a different kind of membership. The club is a creative, socially conscious and vibrant space.
Tickets: £30 (all proceeds go to support the Employment Academy at The House of St Barnabas) available at http://bit.ly/WestEndUpCloseXmas