NORTHERN BRIGHTS LAUNCH PARTY
Wed, 13 Nov | Coal Drops Yard

NORTHERN BRIGHTS LAUNCH PARTY

Join the party as we celebrate the switching on of the King's Cross Christmas lights at Coal Drops Yard!
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

13 Nov 2019, 17:30 – 23:35
Coal Drops Yard, Stable St, Kings Cross, London N1C 4DQ, UK

About

It’s time to light the lights!

Join the party as we celebrate the switching on of the King’s Cross Christmas lights at Coal Drops Yard!

The yard will be transformed into an enchanted winter forest, there will be music from Spiritland DJs, the London Gay Men’s Chorus and special entertainment from Famous First Words, the singing game show with a twist.

Plus food, festive tipples and (of course!) shopping. You’ll want to bring your friends and make a night of it!

This is a FREE event. The fun kicks off at 5.30 pm and the running order is as follows with all the details below.

17.30 DJ set from Paul Noble of Spiritland 18.00 London Gay Men’s Chorus 18.30 Famous First Words 19.15 Lights Switch On 19.15 House Gospel Choir 20.00 DJ set from Paul Noble, Spiritland

London Gay Men’s Choir The largest gay choir in Europe, with 200 members, LGMC regularly plays to sell-out crowds and has worked with artists including Mark Ronson, Sir Elton John, and Dolly Parton.

Famous First Words Do you know the first line of your favourite song off by heart? Test your skills in this quick-fire karaoke experience and sing them to the crowd at Coal Drops Yard, with Tim Warwood and Adam Gendle’s wildly popular live musical game show. You could win a chance to switch on the festive lights and usher in Christmas at Coal Drops Yard.

House Gospel Choir This is the choir that house built – a unique collective of stellar voices who have collaborated with Stormzy, Annie Mac, Katy B, The Kooks, Honne and Wretch 32 under the guidance of Creative Director Natalie Maddix. Expect uplifting house classics you can’t help but get caught up in.

Paul Noble With a background in music production, Artistic Director Paul founded Spiritland because there was nowhere in London to listen to a breadth of music on world-class audio equipment. Hear him spin a cross-section of eras and genres, from 50s jazz to deep electronica, country rock to classic pop.

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