Supporters of Parkinson's disease research have been given their last chance to buy tickets to an upcoming event set up to improve the fortunes of those with the neurodegenerative condition.
The Parkinson's Disease Society (PDS) explained that there are still places available for its Christmas Carol Concert on Wednesday December 9th, with special guests attending the event hosted by BBC newsreader Jane Hill at Central Hall, Westminster.
Special guests include actor Richard Briers, newsreader Bill Neely, actress Phyllida Law and Elin Manahan Thomas, the world-famous soprano.
The Wessex Male Choir, Crystal Palace Band and Sing for Joy will all join in the festivities to fill patrons with Christmas cheer during the event.
Tickets are £12 for Parkinson's Disease Society members and £25 for everyone else, with a mulled wine and mince pie reception being included after the concert.
It will follow the PDS' event at the Dorchester last week, held in conjunction with Ballet Black and hosted by John Stapleton.