'Have Yourself A Very Merry Christmas' Hospice Concert
Back by popular demand, Tim Beveridge’s ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’ concert returns for its third year. Joining Tim this year is much loved and celebrated iconic Kiwi entertainer Jackie Clarke.
With a voice that has been described as ‘effortless’ and ‘dazzling,’ Tim and Jackie along with the magnificent vocal ensemble Laudamus and Stephen Small on piano, will capture the spirit of Christmas with an intimate, heart-warming and entertaining concert.
The event promises to provide a magical evening of music, fun and laughter with proceeds raised going to Mercy Hospice Auckland and dove house Eastern Bays Hospice, to help provide care and support long after the festive season is over.
“Hospice is a very special organisation and I’m thrilled to be supporting the wonderful work they do in the community. I’ve recently had a family member looked after by dove house and I have nothing but praise for their wonderful service and care,” says Tim.
Jackie also has the most heartfelt respect for Hospice in particular for the incredible care given to her dad.
“Hospice were a huge help to our family and I know first hand how much comfort they offer to people when they're at their most vulnerable. I'm very happy to have the opportunity to croon some Christmas classics with Tim. It's for a great cause, in a great venue, at one of my favourite times of the year.”
Enjoy an irresistible evening of music the perfect way to sprinkle some Christmas cheer and get into the spirit of the festive season.
Date: Friday 18 December
Venue: Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell
Beverages will be available to purchase in foyer from 6.30pm.
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To continue enjoying the Christmas spirit long after the concert, Tim’s best-selling Christmas CD will be available to purchase for $15 on the night of the concert. It features 11 beautifully recorded tracks, backed by some of New Zealand’s finest musicians. Proceeds from every CD sale will go to support Hospice.