Directed by Sally Ann Gritton | Musical Direction Lyndall Dawson
Join us at the majestic St George's Roman Catholic Cathedral for a festive celebration with all Mountview's undergraduate performers under one roof in our future home borough of Southwark. Readings, songs and live music bring a very special start to the Christmas season.
Find out more about Mountview's move to Peckham.
What time do the doors open for the performance?
We will aim to open the doors 30 minutes before each performance. Please bear in mind that the church has no front-of-house facilities so early birds are advised to visit one of the many excellent pubs or restaurants in the Waterloo area for refreshment and shelter from the December weather.
Where will I be sitting?
There is a section of seating for Premium ticket holders and a section for General Admission. Seating in these sections is unallocated and organised on a first come first served basis.
What is your latecomers' policy?
Latecomers will be admitted and seated at a suitable point within the concert, at the discretion of Mountview staff.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
St George's Cathedral is a short walk from Waterloo station (main line rail, Northern/Bakerloo/Jubilee/Waterloo and City line) and Elephant & Castle tube (Bakerloo/Northern line). There is no parking on site and free parking is extremely limited in the local area. To help plan your journey, please visit tfl.gov.uk
Does the venue have disabled access?
The Cathedral is fully accessible for wheelchair users. Anyone with specific needs should make themselves known to a member of Mountview staff who will be able to assist.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any enquiries about the event, please contact Mountview on 020 8881 2201 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes please, present it to the box office on arrival.
What is the refund policy?
Unfortunately we can't offer refunds for this event.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, this is fine.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
No food or drink is permitted inside the Cathedral out of respect for it's function as a space of worship.
What is Mountview’s Student Hardship Fund?
The cost of fees, equipment and materials can prove prohibitive for students. Mountview’s Student Hardship Fund aims to ensure that there is financial help available for any student that needs it during the course of their training. By purchasing a premium ticket, you are contributing £6 to the fund and providing vital support to Mountview’s talented students – thank you!
For more information about the fund or supporting Mountview, contact Liz Scase (email@example.com) or visit mountview/org.uk/support-us.
Is Mountview a registered charity?
Yes, Mountview is a registered charity, no. 274166.