Christmas At The Cathedral

Christmas At The Cathedral

20th and 21st December

St Anne’s Cathedral Belfast

World-class singers Peter Corry, Barbara Dickson and Patrick Smyth will be joined by the BSPA Voices for an enchanting show of seasonal celebration in the most stunning of settings.

Premiering on Friday the 20th and Saturday 21st December, Peter Corry is finalising the full line-up of songs, but with Blood Brothers, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Elton John and the Greatest Showman in their combined repertoires, plus some seasonal favourites, Christmas at the Cathedral has the perfect experience and perfect present wrapped up.

Announcing the concert, Peter said, “Last year we celebrated 10 years of The Music Box, which originally ran in the Ulster Transport Museum and then the Waterfront Hall. It felt like the right time to create something new and look at a venue to capture the emotions of Christmas and the warmth an intimate venue can bring.”

Join us for Christmas at the Cathedral. A show of festivity and charm not to be missed.

Showtimes & Tickets

Tier 1: £28.50 + booking fee

Tier 2: £26.50 + booking fee

Tier 3: £24.50 + booking fee

Disabled tickets available.

Each disabled ticket will receive a complimentary carer seat.

Friday 20th December

Evening 7.30pm


Saturday 21st December

Matinee 2.30pm

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Saturday 21st December

Evening 7.30pm

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BSPA Voices

The BSPA voices is made up of pupils from Northern Ireland’s leading musical theatre school. The Belfast School Of Performing Arts has 8 schools throughout the province with over 600 pupils.
Their first public performance, ‘The Voices’ are excited to be a part of Christmas At The Cathedral. Ashley Fulton is their vocal director who for a number of years has also been the Musical and Vocal Director of the festive extravaganza, The Music Box.
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About St Anne's

Step off Belfast’s busy streets and into a timeless place of prayer to explore its history and to enjoy quiet moments of reflection in this beautiful place.

Belfast Cathedral, known locally as St Anne’s, is a Cathedral of the Church of Ireland, part of the Anglican Communion (Episcopalian). It is unusual in serving two separate dioceses, Connor and Down & Dromore, and so has not one, but two, Bishop’s Seats.