The Refuge’s Christmas Carol is Back to Start the Countdown to Christmas!

The exceptional Christmas event, complete with choirs, festive feasts and plenty more returns for another year.

Each year, The Refuge put on a showstopping line-up of festive events, delicious grub plus plenty of other fun festivities.

And this year, despite everything, is no different!

The Christmas Carol will be kicking off at The Refuge on Wednesday, December 3rd, when and if the lockdown rules are lifted with a festive sing-a-long from The Sunday boys Choir, accompanied by musicians from Manchester String Quartet and a special Christmas Town Hall Crier.

Waterhouse Way will be transformed into an undercover heated snug to perfectly capture an Edwardian Christmas.

The Refuge Christmas Carol Courtyard 2019

The outdoor courtyard will be waiting for a cosy winter drink, tucked away off the street under twinkling lights.

You’ll also be able to get your paws on a festive gourmet British hotdog slinger using handmade sausage.

Plus Cheddar Gorgeous will be treating everyone to festive stories and buskers will be singing festive songs.

The Refuge Christmas Carol Courtyard 2019

The Refuge Christmas Caol finale will be performed by Rob Lamberti who will be performing his tribute show to George Michael, including one of the best Christmas songs there is, Last Christmas.

The Refuge is ready and waiting for the lockdown to be lifted and will remain open until December 23rd.

You dig into the sharing festive menu which features the like of Turkey ballotine served with garlic and thyme-roasted Rooster potatoes, creamed sprouts, Vimto-braised red cabbage and whole glazed carrots.

There’s also the vegan Christmas Wellington served with all the trimmings too! Finish up with ice cream or vegan sorbet from The Refuge Parlour.

If you want to register interest in booking for Christmas Day, email here.

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A Christmas Carol @ The Refuge

Thursday, December 3rd  – December 23rd (lockdown permitting)

Full Programme

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