THE Christie shall be returning to Manchester Cathedral this December to carry a festive evening of Christmas music and listen to from one of many hundreds of sufferers who’ve benefitted from the centre’s work.
This yr’s live performance shall be held on Monday, December 6 from 7pm to 9.15pm.
It marks a return to the cathedral after final yr’s festive live performance was held on-line due to coronavirus.
Radio presenter Wes Butters shall be again because the compere for the live performance and there shall be music and carols from Manchester singer, Jo Farrow and Beaver Road Primary School.
The night will present many alternatives for the viewers to hitch in.
All funds raised will go to The Christie charity to profit sufferers at Manchester’s a lot liked most cancers centre.
During the live performance, friends will hear from Judith Godfrey, a 77-year-old non-smoker from Didsbury with lung most cancers.
She beforehand ran the Manchester Language School together with her husband Bill.
She was recognized in May 2019 and is on her second scientific trial at The Christie the place she has been matched to a focused drug therapy.
Judith stated: “I’m honoured to have been invited to share my story with friends at The Christie’s annual Christmas live performance.
“I really feel very fortunate to have been below the care of The Christie for over two and a half years. Thanks to the pioneering work that the Christie charity funds, I’ve been in a position to take part in two scientific trials, testing the newest most cancers therapies.
“Without these trials, I could not have been able to share my story with so many individuals this Christmas.”
Louise Stimson from The Christie charity stated: “We are delighted to be returning to Manchester Cathedral for our Christmas live performance.
“We actually missed the occasion final yr and we’re trying ahead to welcoming everybody again.
“The night guarantees to be a magical event for all of the household while elevating important funds for The Christie.
“We are extremely grateful to Judith for sharing her inspirational story and demonstrating how fundraising helps our sufferers.”
Festive meals and drinks may even be out there for friends to take pleasure in and a raffle shall be held on the evening with a number of fabulous prizes on provide.
Tickets are £12 per grownup and £8 per concession or youngster. To e book tickets, name The Christie charity on 0161 446 3988 or go to www.christies.org/christmas.
The Christie charity helps the work of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust offering enhanced providers over and above what the NHS funds.
This consists of cash for care and therapy, analysis, schooling and further affected person providers.
Gifts from the general public make an enormous distinction to the care and therapy that The Christie is ready to present to sufferers and their households.
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