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Martin Freeman will be reading a range of much-loved Christmas classics at St Paul's Cathedral

Get into the festive spirit at our Christmas carol service
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Join us at iconic London landmark St Paul’s Cathedral for a glittering festive evening filled with celebrity readings and headline music performances as well as some traditional Christmas carols.

After the carol service we’ll be hosting a very special gala dinner celebration in the crypt of St Paul’s Cathedral, London to help raise more than £150,000 to support our Childline service.

This year we’re delighted to announce a host of talented performers including acclaimed tenor Russell Watson, BBC Young Chorister of the year Angus Benton, and West End star Daniel Koek (previously Jean Valjean – Les Miserables) who’ll be singing your favourite carols as well as some special musical renditions.

Celebrities include James Norton, Natalie Dormer, Julia Donaldson, Martin Freeman, Fiona Phillips and HRH Countess of Wessex will be reading a range of much-loved Christmas classics.

So, practice singing your favourite carols, get your glad rags on and join us and Dame Esther Rantzen to celebrate 30 years of Childline at this wonderful family event.



“Heroes don’t exist. And if they did, i wouldnt be one of them” - Sherlock Holmes

“Christ, Sherlock!” - John Watson                                                              “Give my love to Mary. Tell her she’s You’re save now.” - Sherlock Holmes

On the fourth day of Sherlockian, Littlefirefly00 gave to me: an apology for all those depressing gifsets, including this one!


Aren’t ya’ll excited? I’m honestly still not ready, but really: I can’t wait any longer!


Couple of cropped screencaps of a sneak peek of our lovely boys from the Sherlock S4 teaser hosted by Mark Gatiss that was aired before the repeat cinema showing of The Abominable Bride last night.

(It’s a 4 minute count-down - that’s why the times appear the wrong way round!)

[All 4 minutes on Vimeo]