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A Christmas Concert of Hope

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Christ Church Cathedral

Christchurch Place

Dublin 8

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Join us for the return of Focus Ireland and Dublin Ukulele Collective's Christmas Concert of Hope in Christ Church Cathedral this December.

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Our annual Christmas Concert of Hope at Christ Church Cathedral in association with Iarnród Éireann is taking place this festive season, for two nights on December 6th and 7th.

The evenings, arranged by Dublin Ukulele Collective musical director Dave Flood, promises to be a magical night of some Ireland’s best choirs including:

Monday 6th Dec performances by:

  • Balbriggan Gospel Choir
  • Dublin Ukulele Collective
  • Special guests including Mundy and others

Tuesday 7th Dec performances by:

  • Rejoice Gospel Choir
  • Fingal Gospel Choir
  • Dublin Ukulele Collective
  • Special guests including Mary Coughlan and others

We guarantee an incredibly special event, proudly supported by Iarnród Éireann.

Funds raised through these concerts will directly benefit Focus Ireland's homelessness services.

Unallocated seating.

Proof of vaccination will be required on entry. All Covid guidelines must be adhered to.

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Christ Church Cathedral

Christchurch Place

Dublin 8

Ireland

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Organiser Focus Ireland.

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Focus Ireland. Challenging homelessness. Changing lives. Focus Ireland works hard to prevent and end homelessness. Focus Ireland works with people who are homeless or are at risk of loosing their homes across Ireland. It is a time of significant demand for homeless and housing services. There are almost 10,000 people homeless across Ireland today, 1 in 3 are children. 

We are driven by the fundamental belief that homelessness is wrong.

Wrong because it is a failure of society that creates victims out of ordinary people and robs them of their potential. Wrong because it can be prevented, it can be solved but is allowed to continue and in doing so, undermines society.

We need to challenge our society to think and act differently. We are committed to challenging everything about homelessness; the causes, systemic failures, people’s perceptions and how it is tackled.

And we challenge ourselves in how we allocate resources to maximise our ability to prevent people from falling into homelessness and to help people find and keep a home.

Homelessness is wrong and we have to make that felt in every thing we do and say.

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