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Norwich church show aims to bring joy at Christmas 

Norwich church Proclaimers is once again running its popular Spectacular Christmas Concert this year with three separate free performances.


This year, it’s called “Joy”, a title inspired by the Christmas favourite “Joy To the World”; with a major theme being the impact of Christmas around the world.

Pastor Tom Rawls said: “Year after year, our team at Proclaimers find ways to make an impact on our city with the simple message of Christmas. This year will be no different. The concert will be fresh, creative and inspirational – with the team performing never before seen arrangements of some of our favourite Christmas songs.
“A truly global experience, we’ve drawn inspiration from around the world – with an item infused with the creole cool of the great city of New Orleans, another that’s a fresh approach to a Spanish favourite that is loved in the USA, and some classic carols given fresh life through a creative new approach. To top it all, there’s a show-stopping African medley that just has to be experienced in person. It may well be our best performance ever,” said Tom.

“Over the years, we’ve heard so many people say our productions are uplifting, inspirational and inspiring. We’ve even heard people say it is the best Christmas concert they’ve ever seen. So you can let your imagination run wild, and even then you’ll probably be surprised by what you experience! With skilled musicians and singers, energetic dancers, professional lighting, dazzling decorations, a separate high quality programme for the kids, mince pies and festive beverages, plus a short, inspiring message, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
“It is no exaggeration to say that this year’s Christmas Concert will be incredible. So come along. Bring your family. Bring some friends. Entrance is free and there is ample free parking too. This really is an event not to be missed.”

Proclaimers ‘Joy’

There are three performances:
Saturday December 14, at 5pm
Sunday December 15 at 10:30am and 5pm
Venue: The Space, Roundtree Way, Norwich, NR7 8SQ.
There is ample free parking
The show is free and there is no need to book – just turn up
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