December 3, 2024

Horatio’s Garden Carol Concert Wales


Horatio's Garden Carol Concert | Wales


Tuesday 3 December 2024


Llandaff Cathedral, Cathedral Cl, Cardiff, Wales, CF5 2LA


To be announced

Times will be confirmed and booking available soon

Horatio’s Garden Carol Concert Wales

Save the date to celebrate Christmas with Horatio’s Garden, joining us for a night of carols, music, and festivity!

You are invited to join us for an uplifting evening of Christmas celebrations at the historic Llandaff Cathedral in Llandaff, Cardiff (CF5 2LA), with timings to be announced soon.

This is our inaugural Christmas Carol Concert in Wales and we are excited to celebrate the festive season in such beautiful surroundings, all while raising money to help nurture the wellbeing of people spending time in Horatio’s Garden Wales at the Welsh Spinal Cord Injury and Neuro Rehabilitation Centre in University Hospital Llandough this Christmas and beyond.

During the concert, we will be joined by some brilliant guests. Keep your eyes on our social media to find out who will be reading and performing this year!

Following the concert, there will be an opportunity to come together for a mince pie and a glass of fizz. These treats will be included in the ticket price, which will be announced soon. Wheelchair users are welcome to attend the evening free of charge. Booking will open closer to the event, and specific timings will be revealed soon – for now, please save the date in your diary!

There will be a collection during the concert, with your kind donations directly supporting people and their loved ones spending the festive season or the year ahead in Horatio’s Garden Wales.

We are looking forward to seeing you to create long-lasting memories and make a change this December. We can’t wait to welcome you to our Christmas celebration.


Further information

Llandaff Cathedral is at the bottom of a steep slope. There is a small car park at the bottom of the hill to the east of the Cathedral. This is near to the Southeast door, where there is step-free access to the Cathedral.

Seats will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you are late to the event, you will need to wait until there is an appropriate moment for you to enter the venue. You will then be instructed to a seat by the stewards at the doors.

*NB: ticket price will include a small, non-refundable booking fee


About Llandaff Cathedral 

While the present building of Llandaff Cathedral dates from around 1120, there has been a Christian presence on its site from at least the 6th century. The sanctuary arch dates from 1120 when bishop Urban, a Welshman, brought the remains of St Dyfrig from Bardsey Island to Llandaff and built a cathedral to house them. Later Norman work can also be found in the north and south doorways into the nave of the church, dating towards the end of the 12th century.

The cathedral has undergone three major restorations since it was built: in the early 18th century; in the mid-19th century; and, most recently, following the Second World War. Llandaff Cathedral has been at the heart of many lives for hundreds of years and continues to be a thriving centre supporting the local community to this day.

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