13/12/18: Celebrate the festive season with The Eve Appeal at their annual Festival of Carols

Eve Appeal Festival of Carols

On Thursday 13th December, women’s cancer charity, The Eve Appeal, will be holding their annual Festival of Carols at the beautiful and historic church of St. Botolph-without-Bishopsgate.

Located in The City of London, close to Liverpool Street station, it is the perfect event to entertain clients, stakeholders, friends and family.

The Service begins at 7pm – with doors opening at 6.30pm – and features a candlelit procession, traditional festive readings and come favourite carols. It is a truly magical occasion that brings everyone together to celebrate the festive season and remember the women and families who have been and are affected by gynaecological cancers.

Eve Appeal Festival of Carols

Festivities then continue with a drinks and canapé Reception, where you can mingle with the charity’s Trustees and Supporters whilst listening to live music and taking part in their Golden Cracker Raffle.


  • £15 – Service only
  • £35 – Service and Reception

To purchase your tickets, click the link below or give the Eve Team a call on 020 7605 0100.

Purchase your tickets here!

There is also the option to become a Christmas Angel and have your name included in the Festival of Carols programme by making an additional donation of £50. Please note that tickets to the Service and/or Reception are not included within this £50 donation and must be purchased separately.

Eve Appeal Festival of Carols

I am really looking forward to The Eve Appeal’s Festival of Carols. Last year’s event was simply magical, the choir were magnificent and literally had the voices of angels. The talks were both moving and uplifting and the atmosphere was incredibly positive with so many Eve supporters under one historical and beautiful roof. I can’t wait to be part of this incredible evening once more and look forward to seeing lots of happy faces knowing that we are supporting such a wonderful charity in such special surroundings. — Annabelle Charles from Annabelle Charles Associates.

Event Details

Time and date: Thursday 13th December, service begins at 7pm (church doors open at 6:30pm) with the reception finishing at around 9:30pm.

Location: St. Botolph-without-Bishopsgate, Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3TL – closest station is Liverpool Street


  • Service only – £15
  • Service and Reception – £35

To Purchase Tickets: Click here or by give the Eve Team a call on 020 7605 0100.

Please show your support and join The Eve Appeal for this truly magical event. Your support will help the charity to achieve their vision: a future where fewer women develop and more women survive gynaecological cancers.

If you have any queries or would like more information about this event please do not hesitate to contact the Eve Team: email [email protected] or call 020 7605 0100.

About The Eve Appeal

The Eve Appeal is the only UK national charity raising awareness and funding research in the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal. It was set up to save women’s lives by funding ground-breaking research focused on developing effective methods of risk prediction, early detection and screening for these women-only cancers. The charity has grown and developed in parallel with its core research team, the Department of Women’s Cancer at University College London (UCL), taking place in 31 institutions across 15 countries. It has played a crucial role in providing seed funding, core infrastructure funding and project funding in addition to campaigning to raise awareness of women-specific cancers. The world-leading research that we fund is ambitious and challenging but our vision is simple: A future where fewer women develop and more women survive gynaecological cancers. www.eveappeal.org.uk

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Photos courtesy of: Nichole Rees, Pauliina Lyttinen and Diogo Antunes.

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