Balbriggan Gospel Choir invited to perform at Spectacular Concert of Hope at Christchurch Cathedral

Balbriggan Gospel Choir will soon be established one year and what a year it has been, with performances in Balbriggan Church, Summerfest and welcoming all the participants of Skerries Darkness into light on Red Island Skerries.

Now set to perform at what could be the highlight of the year, with a one night performance at the Spectacular Concert of Hope at Christchurch Cathedral.

See below for all the details and to book your tickets.

In association with Christchurch Cathedral join us for a Two Night Spectacular Concert of Hope in aid of (The High Hopes Choir & Focus Ireland).

Get your Christmas off to an early start as the High Hopes Choir are joined once again by their friends the Dublin Ukelele Collective. This year welcoming the Balbriggan Gospel Choir and the Fingal Gospel Choir they are set to perform over two nights a magical and beautiful collection of Choral Christmas favourites in the stunning surroundings of Christchurch Cathedral.

Enjoy a mulled wine/mince pie reception and a chance to experience Christchurch Cathedral's beautiful interior and fascinating crypt and of course the wonderful acoustics. This was a complete sell out last year so book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.


Dec 3rd: High Hopes Choir, Dublin Ukelele Collective and the Balbriggan Gospel Choir

Dec 4th: High Hopes Choir, Dublin Ukelele Collective and the Fingal Gospel Choir

Musical Director: Dave Flood

High Hopes Choir

The High Hopes Choir created in 2014 by David Brophy aims to give individuals effected by Homelessness a voice and in doing so help them change the public’s perception of what it means to be Homeless in Ireland today.

Christchurch Cathedral

Located at the edge of Temple Bar with shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, the Cathedral is at the heart of Dublin City. Christ Church Cathedral is almost 1000 years old and was originally a Viking Church. The history of Christ Church Cathedral reflects the history, both religious and political, of Ireland. The Cathedral Crypt dates back to the late 11th century. It is the oldest building in continuous use in Dublin. Music forms a very important part of cathedral life.

With its soaring ceilings, stunning floor tiles, magnificent stained glass and impressive gothic architecture, Christ Church Cathedral is a stunning venue for an evening concert.