The Mediaeval Baebes to perform at Exeter Cathedral

PUBLISHED: 17:30 23 October 2017

The Mediaeval Baebes will be perfroming at Exeter Cathedral. Picture: Contributed

The Mediaeval Baebes will be perfroming at Exeter Cathedral. Picture: Contributed


The Mediaeval Baebes will be performing at Exeter Cathedral as part of their Christmas Carol Tour

Tickets are now available for the much-awaited Mediaeval Baebes Christmas Carol Tour, which is calling in at Exeter Cathedral on Thursday, December 7.

Traditionally a time for reflection and celebration, the Mediaeval Baebes are offering a remarkable evening of music, dance and theatre in one of the UK’s most magnificent Cathedrals.

Escorting you through a musical journey inspired by a time where poetry and music conspired to invoke sensory pleasure, the Mediaeval Baebes will be performing Christmas carol classics from their top ten album Of Kings & Angels, the haunting and uplifting title theme for TV’s Victoria and other contemporary and traditional songs.

Famous for a remarkable soundscape that can only be produced by this internationally renowned choral group, the Christmas Carol Tour will enchant audiences with a unique take on early music, traditional culture and the magic of folklore as they tread the fine line between classical and contemporary music.

Seeing the Mediaeval Baebes perform their Christmas Carol show in a mediaeval cathedral is the ultimate Christmas experience, so harness the true spirit of Christmas and emerge your senses into a timeless treat of unique musical beauty.

Tickets are now available from and SEE tickets at a cost of £25 each.

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