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Global Live presents:

Aled Jones

Union Chapel, London, United Kingdom

Thursday 18 May  7:00 PM   Room: Chapel, Upper Hall (Bar), Sunday School Hall, Committee Room, Lower Hall, Margins Kitchen, Vestry
£24.50 | £29.50 | £75 VIP adv + bf   Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult
Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult
General Admission (unreserved seating) (e-ticket)
$41.56 (+$4.16 S/C)
6.30pm Dinner Reservation at Margins Cafe, Union Chapel Bar - show ticket holders only (e-ticket)
Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult

Tickets on sale with:

Above with Music Glue (e-tickets only)

See Tickets / 0871 220 0260

All tickets are unreserved seating

£24.50 tickets are located on the ground floor to the sides available through See Tickets / 0871 220 0260

£29.50 tickets are located on the ground floor

£75 VIP tickets are located in the front two rows - available through See Tickets / 0871 220 0260

Doors, Bar and Margins Cafe serving hot homemade food open at 19:00

Curfew - 22:30
Union Chapel Bar open after the show.

You can book for dinner at Margins Cafe at 18:30 but you must have a reservation for access at 18:30. The Bar is also open to Union Chapel members who have tickets to the show.

Access to the cafe before doors open is via the side gate to the left of the main entrance to the Chapel on Compton Terrace.

We will email the menu and add it to the listing here shortly before the show.

If the early 6.30pm reservations are fully booked don't worry you can still come to eat from when doors open, the cafe is open through to the end of the interval.

Find out more about Margins Cafe & their food

Please note you must have a ticket to the show to come to Margins Cafe & Union Chapel bar.

There's lots of useful information in the Visiting section of our website.

All timings are provisional and subject to change - for the latest up dates please check Facebook and Twitter.

As our venue is entirely seated and seating is unreserved it is best to arrive early.

Aled Jones MBE has achieved the monumental feat of topping the Classical Album Chart not once, but twice in 2016 with his Classic FM albums One Voice and One Voice at Christmas.

In April, Aled released his first duet album, One Voice, following the discovery of the last ever recordings of him as a boy. A unique concept, the album dominated the number one position in the Classical Chart for a staggering 14 weeks.

Now, with One Voice at Christmas, Classic FM presenter Aled has matched that feat, with the album going straight to the top of the Classical Album Chart in its first week of release – as well as having One Voice also in the top five.

One Voice at Christmas features Aled performing alongside his younger self once again, on a collection of his most popular classics, including worldwide smash Walking In The Air, which was rearranged for 2016 by Howard Blake – as well as traditional hymns such as O Holy Night and seasonal favourites including Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

On reaching the top spot twice in nine months, Aled said: “What a year! Revisiting my youth has been such an experience and an enormous pleasure. I am so happy with how both albums have turned out. Singing with my younger self has been a dream come true. We made history with the first album back in April and now with One Voice At Christmas being number one in the chart, we've done it again! Thanks to everyone, especially the Classic FM team, for their support. Have a very Happy Christmas!”

Aled Jones has had an extraordinary career over the past three decades. He has sung for the Pope, Her Majesty The Queen and numerous members of the Royal Family. He has released more than 30 albums generating 8 million albums sales and counting. He has performed across the world from the Hollywood Bowl to The Vatican and from Buckingham Palace to the Sydney Opera House, via the Suntory Hall in Tokyo. Never staying in his comfort zone, he has performed in English, Welsh and Japanese.

Millions know him for his radio and TV presenting work which includes his Sunday breakfast show on Classic FM and his own flagship ITV show, Weekend. However, it is his music and his voice which has ingrained him in the fabric of music since the 1980s. His charity work has also led to Aled to release two singles with Sir Terry Wogan in aid of Children In Need.