A much-loved festive treat returns to Heriot-Watt University this year in the form of its Christmas Carol Celebration.
The FREE event takes place on the evening of Friday 14 December in the James Watt Centre, Edinburgh Campus.
It is the seventh year the university has hosted the popular event, which is open to staff, students and the general public.
This is always a special time of year at the university and the Christmas Carol Celebration really is a high point.
The seasonal merriments begin with mulled wine and mince pies from 6.30pm followed by the University Choir and Orchestra from 7.30pm performing well loved and classic Christmas carols for everyone to join in, with readings by students from the Chaplaincy.
Dr Steve King, Director of Music at Heriot-Watt, said: “We have a host of musical delights lined up for this year's programme, which are aimed to help everyone get into the festive spirit.
“From classic Christmas carols to uplifting orchestral items, there is sure to be something for everyone.”
Rev. Dr. Alistair Donald, University Chaplain, added: “This is always a special time of year at the university and the Christmas Carol Celebration really is a high point.
“I hope as many people as possible take the chance to visit us here in Riccarton and enjoy a thoroughly enjoyable evening of music, singing and reflection.”
Those wishing to attend are encouraged to book their place early and a reminder email will be sent to confirm attendance in advance of the event.
To reserve your seat visit here.