Ella’s Choir at The Ivy Cafe, Richmond

ELLA’s Choir at THE IVY CAFÉ, RICHMOND

First of all, on Friday 24 November and Sunday 9 December, The Ivy Café, Richmond will host Christmas Carols to celebrate

the festive period. Hosted directly outside the restaurant, Ella’s Choir will perform carols. They are a charitable choir

in aid of React. This is a local charity that helps children with potentially terminal illnesses. On 24 November, Ella’s Choir, run

by the Helen Astrid Singing Academy, will perform just after the annual light switch on in Richmond. This takes place between 6pm-8pm. This is one of the

most noteworthy celebrations in South-West London. They will also sing again on the 9 December between 12pm-2pm. Ella’s Choir embodies the

meaning of “light”, which exudes positivity.

This is the atmosphere the choir creates. And finally, enjoy Ella’s Choir followed by a Christmas cocktail at The Ivy Café,

Richmond this November and December.

Above all, The Ivy Café, Richmond is accessible and relaxed. We hold a proportion of tables for walk-ins, which allows locals to

drop in throughout the day. You can visit for a leisurely breakfast, working lunch, cocktails with friends, or a threecourse

dinner. The Ivy Café, Richmond adds to the sophistication and charm of the already iconic Richmond. Furthermore, it is an

exciting addition to this charming South West London neighbourhood.

The Ivy Collection is a group of restaurants, brasseries and cafes, established in London. They offer accessible, all-day dining

for locals and visitors alike. Each location is carefully handpicked to value, reflect and add to the local area.

 

 


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