The Big Christmas Sing - VISUAL

VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art &
The George Bernard Shaw Theatre


Prepare your vocal cords, because this Christmas night, SING SYNC invites you to join THE BIG CHRISTMAS SING - a festive harmonious gathering of hundreds!

Monday 18th December 2023 | 8pm

Admission: €6 Incl Booking Fee

Book Tickets

Proceeds will go to UNICEF Gaza Emergency Appeal

Prepare your vocal cords, because on Monday the 18th of December, SING SYNC invites you to join THE BIG CHRISTMAS SING - a festive gathering of hundreds! Embrace the Christmas spirit and become part of a massive choir, where voices unite in a heart-warming chorus.

In this largescale choral event, 100s of merry souls will come together to learn and perform a Christmas classic as chosen ahead of the event. Once practised, everyone will come together for a magical recording of the final performance.

THE BIG CHRISTMAS SING is led by conductor Mary Amond O’Brien, accompanied by Ollie Hennessy, and is the third BIG SING event of SING SYNC, VISUAL’s new community choir. Experience the positive impact of singing and singing together. Everyone is welcome, no experience necessary!

Please note THE BIG CHRISTMAS SING will be recorded and shared across VISUAL's digital channels. Tickets are €6 each and available at the Box Office, online at or by calling 059 9172400. Please contact reception if you have additional access needs.

We look forward to seeing you all!

Lyrics will be available on the night and are also available here.

Peace and love this Christmas Time
(Do They Know It’s Christmas?)

Mary's Boy Child

Supported By Creative Ireland and Carlow County Council Arts Office

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