Please join us for the Breathing Matters Charity Concert on Friday 11th December, at 7.30pm at St Paul’s Church Covent Garden, a beautiful venue right on the Plaza.
The choir is the Holst singers, who we are reliably informed are fantastic and also famous! There will be a chance to sing along to a few carols with the organ and no Christmas Concert would be complete without some seasonal readings, once of which will be from a special guest, one of the actors from Doc Martin.
Tickets are just £25 (unreserved seating). Please invite friends and family too. Prof Jerry Brown and Dr Joanna Porter would love to see you there, supporting the work of Breathing Matters.
Breathing Matters is part of UCLH Charity (Reg No 229771). It was set up to raise awareness and to work with patients to help find a cure for Interstitial Lung Diseases such as Pulmonary Fibrosis and Respiratory Infections such as Bronchiectasis and Pneumonia.
The aim of Breathing Matters is to support the Centre for Respiratory Research at UCL in their commitment to find better ways to diagnose and treat respiratory diseases, and to also encourage patients, their families and friends to become actively involved (as advocates, advisors and fundraisers).
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