Tickets are on sale for a festive concert celebrating some of the best young talent in and around Rugby.
Record label Big Help Music hosts its annual Christmas concert at St Andrew’s Church on Saturday, December 3, at 7pm.
The concert will see the church transformed into a winter wonderland featuring more than 100 Christmas trees decorated and placed around the church by local community groups along with atmospheric lighting, full sound rigging and even mist machines.
The concert will feature the popular Strawhouse Singers – along with appearances from some of the best young artists from the area.
The event will also feature a performance from The Invisible Friends – a choir for young people with ‘invisible’ illnesses supported by Big Help Music.
Head of artist development Dutch Van Spall said: “This will be a wonderful winter celebration for the local community, family and friends to enjoy and take part in.
“There’s something for everyone to enjoy at this concert.”
Big Help Music, which describes itself as the UK’s leading artist development company, celebrates its 28th anniversary this year with a long history of placing young artists in the charts and laying the foundations for future career success in many areas of the music industry
One of its young Rugby artists, Flo Bannigan, benefitted from a financial grant from the Mayor of Rugby’s charity and is also employed part-time by the record label to help develop its online marketing strategy for young fans.
Previous studio intern Fred Cox is now a leading light in the London industry and produced James Morrison’s latest album.
Visit www.facebook.com/BigHelpMusic for more information and to book tickets for the concert.