Keep checking back to our ever-growing What’s On calendar for a full list of events and concerts taking place in Kendal this Christmas. Here are a few of our highlights, listed in chronological order:
Support local charities and organisations and enjoy Festive celebrations at Kendal Parish Church. This annual Festival sees around 40 beautiful Christmas trees inside the church, each one representing a different charity who decorate them in their own unique style.
The annual Christmas Tree Festival will be open on:
Friday 7th December – 3.30pm – 5.30pm
Saturday 8th December – 11.00am – 4.00pm
Friday 14th December – 3.30pm – 5.30pm
Saturday 15th December – 11.ooam – 4.00pm
Sunday 16th December – 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Saturday 22nd December – 11.ooam – 4.00pm
Sunday 23rd December – 2.00pm – 4.00pm
There will also be Festive concerts on:
Saturday 8th December – 7.30pm – Kendal Choral Society
Saturday 15th December – 2pm – Burneside Brass Training Band
Saturday 22nd December: – 2pm – Ruth Gordon Singers
Entry is £1, children free
2nd December 2018 | Kendal Parish Church
Join the Christingle Service on 2nd December 2018 from 4pm followed by a Darkness to Light Service at 6pm.
Saturday 22nd December 2018 | 9.30am | Kendal Town Hall
The Mayor of Kendal is holding his annual Christmas Charity Coffee Morning on 22nd December from 9.30am.
Monday 24th December 2018 | 2pm – 6pm | Bootleggers
Take the family down to Bootleggers on Christmas Eve from 2pm – 6pm for an afternoon of singing, mulled wine and a crackling log fire. Free entry and an opportunity to join in festive songs with Evie Plumb.
Saturday 22nd December | 8pm | Brewery Arts Centre
Get into the festive spirit with Baked A La Ska and their Christmas album Ska of Wonder. They’ll be delivering seasonal ska treats such as “When You Wish Upon A Ska” and “Walking In The Air“.
Baked A La Ska are the “heavy heavy sound” of Manchester. Since 2008, they have been serving up the sweetest of good party vibes, vintage ska sounds and an eccentric platter of covers.
22nd – 29th December | Brewery Arts Centre
Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company are bringing their re-potted version of the famous children’s story, The Enormous Turnip to The Brewery. Following their sell-out shows of 3 Little Pigs, The Little Red Hen, Goldilocks & The 3 Bears and The Emperor’s New Clothes, this unswervingly energetic company returns with a brilliant adaptation featuring wonderful puppetry, live music and massive vegetables!
Christmas comedy at the Brewery, enjoy a range of comedians from ‘up’ North.