Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack are appearing at OSJ's charity concert

The stars are gathering for OSJ’s magical, candle-lit evening of well-loved Christmas carols and seasonal music in the splendour of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford this Saturday (December 17).

Expect Oscar winner, Jeremy Irons, Radiohead’s Philip Selway and Shakespearean actress Sinéad Cusack, who will be reciting some favourite Christmas pieces in the annual event organised by The Orchestra of St John’s to raise money for The Unicorn Trust.

Radiohead’s Philip Selway. Pic c/o OSJ

And Britain’s top satirical impressionist Rory Bremner, is flying back a day early from Dubai to be part of the celebrity carol concert at Christ Church.

Music comes c/o virtuoso pianist Derek Paravicini and the OSJ Voices choir and children from The Unicorn School in Abingdon, conducted by John Lubbock, alongside readings by the celebrity stars.

Rory Bremner

Rory Bremner commented: “I’m delighted to feature in this year’s carol concert. The work The Unicorn School does is so important.”

The Unicorn Trust provides specialist educational support for children and young people with dyslexia, related learning challenges, and autism.

Jeremy Irons is appearing at OSJ’s charity concert. Pic c/o OSJ

OSJ plays concerts at The Unicorn School in Abingdon as an extension of its Music For Autism programme. 

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