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Carols and Concerts

Be full of festive cheer as you enjoy seasonal favourites with us this Christmas. From traditional carol singing in the atmospheric Stableyard to the brilliance of professional orchestras entertaining in the grand Tenants' Hall, we'll ensure that this Christmas time there is musical merriment for all to enjoy.

Northern Chamber Orchestra


8 December, Mansion opens 7pm, concert begins 8pm

Adults £25, Under 18's £15

Returning for a traditional festive concert in the magnificent Tenants' Hall, the Northern Chamber Orchestra will lead through a seasonal feast of popular classical music, songs and carols. The orchestra will be joined by the choir of St Nicholas Catholic High School, Northwich. To complete the experience, join us at 7pm to enjoy a winter-warmer and visit the magical Twelve Days of Christmas mansion, dressed with fresh foliage and decorated in the theme of this popular carol. Find out more and book your place for Northern Chamber Orchestra.

Macclesfield Male Voice Choir

9 December, Mansion opens 7pm, concert begins 8pm

£18 ticket

Join the Macclesfield Male Voice Choir for an evening of well-known male voice numbers with some Christmas classics, accompanied by competition-winning pianist Tatyana Goncharuk. You'll be treated to a pre-concert drink and the chance to visit our magical Mansion, decorated with turtle doves, gold rings and ladies dancing. A memorable evening to enjoy. Find out more and book your place for Macclesfield Male Voice Choir.

Christmas Carols in the Stableyard

23 December, from 3pmFamily Christmas carols at Tatton Park

Vehicle entry charge will apply

With only two days to go 'til Christmas Day join in our annual Christmas Carols event. A firm favourite each year our live band create a special seasonal atmosphere as you sing along to well loved carols. The Twelve Days of Christmas Mansion will open its doors for the last time this Christmas, so take the opportunity to relax in festive surroundings or why not enjoy a spot of shopping and search out a unique present in our gift shops?