Published: 16 November 2023  (Updated: 16 November 2023)

Look Good Feel Better Festive Celebration Concert

Look Good Feel Better brings Festive Sparkle to Westminster Chapel

Cancer support charity Look Good Feel Better will be joined by the London Gay Men’s Chorus, the largest gay choir in Europe, and British string duo The Stereo Twins, as well as opera singers Harry Kersley and James Schouten for a magical ‘Evening of Festive Celebration’ at Westminster Chapel in London, on Wednesday 6 December 2023, 1900.

Tickets are available now and every pound raised will directly fund seats in the charity’s confidence-boosting workshops, which help provide more support to people living with cancer.

Now in its 24th year, the popular concert will appeal to an audience of all ages, combining outstanding musical performances and updates about the work of the charity. The aim is to raise thousands of pounds for people living with cancer across the UK.

Established nearly 30 years ago, Look Good Feel Better delivers cancer support services in local communities across the UK through a series of face to face and online group workshops, along with video tutorials. Our services help people face cancer with confidence, to regain their sense of normality, to make friends and most of all to look good and feel better. Our vision is to be recognised as one of the UK’s leading cancer support charities and the only one dedicated to improving the physical appearance and overall wellbeing of people living with cancer.

Look Good Feel Better knows how challenging it can be to process a cancer diagnosis and manage the physical and emotional side-effects of cancer treatment. The charity runs workshops face-to-face and classes virtually to support women, men and young adults through this time. Services are free and open to anyone facing cancer, and the workshops are led by trained volunteers in the beauty industry to provide practical advice about changes to skin, eyebrows, eyelashes, hair and nails during treatment, and body confidence.

On the night, Emma Howell, the charity’s Patient Ambassador, will be talking about her own experience. Emma was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2022 and attended several of workshops, which she found transformational.   She explains:

“The workshops were full of fun and laughter. They made a real difference to me at a very difficult time and gave me back my confidence!  

“The money raised during the evening will mean that more people with cancer will be able to take part in these incredible workshops, and will leave feeling empowered and less isolated. With cancer impacting so many people’s lives, the charity’s work is vital and makes a real difference to someone facing cancer.”

Tickets for the festive extravaganza are available at £30, including canapes and fizz, while tickets priced at £40 also include a goodie bag filled with luxurious beauty products worth over £25.

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