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Wednesday, Dec 12 at 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
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Urmston Choral Society will be bringing their festive spectacular of ' A Christmas Potpourri ' of festive songs from around the world, to

St. Monica’s Church, Irlam Road, Flixton on Wednesday, December 12th, starting at 7.00pm. They will be joined by children from St. Monica’s School Choir who will perform their own pieces as well as joining in with Urmston Choral Society for the finale.

Featuring Christmas music from such varied and exotic places as Africa, China, Puerto Rico, France and Spain, as well as traditional Christmas Carols, the 70-strong mixed voice choir will also perform pieces written by Choir member, Lynn Taylor, and accompanist, Gareth Curtis, as well as featuring several soloists from the choir.

Said the Choir’s Musical Director, Julie Parker: “This concert reminds us that Christmas is being celebrated around the world and is represented by different musical styles. It will allow our audiences to be transported away from the commercial business of the festive season and remind us what Christmas is really all about.”

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St Monica's (Flixton)

Priest in Charge - Fr Kieren Mullarkey

The Presbytery, Woodsend Rd South, Flixton, Manchester, M41 6QB

Tel 0161 748 4590


or Contact our Parish Administrator (Weds - Friday 09.30am - 1.30pm)


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Saturday Evening Vigil Mass 5.30pm

Sunday Mass 10.00am

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