Sing for Samaritans hits a high note with a takeover of Charing Cross Station on 21st December to produce a Pop-Up Festival and Market.
Central London Samaritans will, once again, be raising their voices, raising awareness and spreading festive cheer when they take over a central London station with a Pop-up festival on Thursday 21st December.
Charing Cross Station will host The Piano Works Live Band, London songsters and London Choirs as part of “A Christmas Chorus – Sing for Samaritans”, alongside street vendors from Street Foods Markets.With the support of the performers and vendors, the courtyard of Charing Cross Station will be transformed into a live music pop-up festival with Choirs singing from 7am welcoming commuters into London. The music continues until 8pm.
The event will host exclusive music performances from London’s most exciting talent including London City Voices, Enchorus, Take 20 Jazz, Johnny Boy Moore, Wapping Great Noise, W3 Detour and The Piano Works. The Piano Works set will comprise of festive requests!
You can also support us by texting sing17 followed by £1, £5 or £10 to 70070 and help us to help others this Christmas, this year there will also be the option for Contactless Giving.
Information about Central London Samaritans:
Central London Samaritans covers seven London boroughs and is there for people who need to talk, round the clock every single day of the year. This includes the busy Christmas period, which can be a particularly difficult time for some. The branch answers 115,000 calls for help a year and volunteers give people the time and space to talk through whatever it is that’s getting to them face-to-face in the branch as well as on the phone, by email and text.