Town of Town: The Duchess of Cornwall will lead the Star-studded Virtual Carroll Concert hosted by Funa Bruce.
The Dachshund of Cornwall will lead the Star Stud cast to raise a cancer charity for a virtual carol concert, The Mail may reveal on Sunday.
He is pictured reading Sir John Bethzemann’s 1954 poem Christmas, which will be broadcast next Sunday (December 13) to raise money for Maggie, who is backed by the charity’s president.
The ‘Carol in the Kitchen’ concert will be performed by BBC presenter Fiona Bruce and will feature stars including Dominic West, James Norton and Stanley Tuki.
The Duchess of Cornwall will lead the Star Stud cast for a virtual carol concert to raise a cancer charity, The Mail may reveal on Sunday
The ‘Carol in the Kitchen’ concert will be performed by BBC presenter Fiona Bruce, will feature in the film and will feature stars including Dominic West, James Norton and Stanley Tuki.
Lulu recorded a version of Amazing Grace for the event and composer Eric Whitaker wrote a new chorus piece for the event.
Stephanie McAlpine, chairman of the Magir Carroll Committee, said: ‘The Duchess is a strong supporter of the charity. We initially asked if he wanted to record a reception and was happy when he offered a read. I sent him a number of suggestions but they came back to us and said, ‘If he reads Christmas, do you mind because it’s one of his favorites’.
The concert – which can be accessed here – will be free, encouraging visitors to donate to Maggie, which operates 26 support centers for cancer patients and their loved ones at hospital sites across the country.
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The 87-year-old screen legend looked great with this decay, diamond and black velvet mask, which he grasped subtly with leather gloves as he switched to the Burlington Arcade lights in Mayfair, London last night.
Dame Joan Collins looked gorgeous with this dilapidated, diamond and black velvet mask, which she grasped subtly with leather gloves as she switched to the Burlington Arcade lights in Mayfair, London last night.
One can only assume there is a layer of plastic at the bottom. No, you see, in order to keep the coronavirus at bay – but of course its naughty sharp tongue must be kept from being harmed in the face of innocence.