8 October 2021
Carols for Printers is back!
It may seem early to be talking about Christmas...but the festive season will be upon us sooner than we think, and we are so excited to announce that Carols for Printers is back for 2021!
Carols for Printers has been a BPIF Christmas tradition for as long as we can remember, although sadly, due to COVID-19, the much-loved event could not take place last year. But this year we are back and the carol service will take place from 6pm on Tuesday 14 December 2021 at St Bride's Church, Fleet Street, in London.
St Bride’s Church was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672, and has long been associated with journalists and newspapers, making it the perfect location for the annual event. The congregation and St Bride's choir will sing both traditional and modern versions of Christmas carols. The choir was established in 1957, the same year that the 4000-pipe organ was installed, following the rededication of the church. There will also be a series of readings from the nativity story by industry representatives.
In 2017, we started a new tradition by inviting guests to join us for festive drinks and nibbles after the service. This will take place next door to the church, at the home of our BPIF London office in the Bridewell Hall at the St Bride Foundation. This gives guests a great opportunity to network with others in the industry, catch-up with old friends and mark the start of the festive season over a glass of mulled wine or two!
Guests are encouraged to bring along their loved ones and make an evening of it.
To register your free attendance, please email [email protected].
We can't wait to welcome you back!
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