Christmas At The Cathedral Returns This December

An international line-up of talent will join Ireland’s celebrated singer and producer, Peter Corry, bringing back the gift of music this Christmas at St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast. 

The sell-out show, which has now released a third event on Friday 17th of December, after the first two sold out in record time, promises to bring back Christmas to its former glory at this special time of year by surrounding the audience in all the charm and magic of the season.

Appearing on stage with Peter will be music phenomenon and lead clarinettist of the Ulster Orchestra, Francesco Paola Scola; as well as the distinguished American singer, actress and playwright, Abbe Tanenbaum, to create a magical evening of festive celebration.

What’s more, the trio will be joined by some of Northern Ireland’s finest performers:  accomplished singer and musician, Matthew Campbell; skilled multi-instrumentalist, Oisín McCann, Instrumental composer, writer and musician, Gary Hunt and the enchanting music ensemble, Adoro. 

Directed under the talents of musical maestro, Ashley Fulton, whose passion and talent are renowned in the industry these exceptional performers will create an enchanted evening filled with festive songs and beautiful music.

Peter Corry explains the significance of the event’s return:

“Christmas at the Cathedral is one of the highlights of my year and to be able to bring it back after the pandemic has been extremely important to me. St Anne’s Cathedral is a majestic location which really helps to bring to life the true meaning of Christmas – a time for hope, love and happiness and I am so looking forward to making 2021 extra special! 

“This year I have decided to invite local artists to share the stage. While some of the performers have lived here their entire lives, others have decided to make Northern Ireland their home. What a better way to celebrate Christmas in Northern Ireland, than to come together and enjoy festive music from the diverse array of talent which surrounds us here!”

Guest performer, Francesco Paola Scola says;

“It is so exciting to be a part of this prestigious event and to be able to perform in such a beautiful venue. St Anne’s Cathedral has an enchanting atmosphere which will be perfect for celebrating the festive season together again, through the art of music.”

Fellow special guest, Abbe Tanenbaum, notes the significance of the event:

“After this isolating time, I’m really looking forward to coming together and celebrating the possibilities the new year brings. I can’t think of a better way to reconnect than through music in such a beautiful space.”

Christmas at the Cathedral remains a socially distanced event.

To book tickets please visit

Tickets on sale NOW. 

Friday 17th December 7.30pm

Tier 1: 27.50 + booking fee

Tier 2: £25.00 + booking fee

Tier 3: £22.50 + booking fee

Saturday 18th December, Matinee 2.30pm and 7.30 pm:

Tier 1: 27.50 + booking fee

Tier 2: £25.00 + booking fee

Tier 3: £22.50 + booking fee

Disabled tickets available. 

Each disabled ticket will receive a complimentary companion seat. 

All COVID Protocols can be seen on our event pages.

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