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100 Days to Peace at Central Hall Westminster

Kathryn Rudge. Credit: Sussie Ahlberg. Image courtesy of Springback PR.
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Pay tribute to the last days of the First World War with spectacular performances at this charity concert. Read More


Mark the centenary of the last 100 days of the First World War with 100 Days to Peace at Central Hall Westminster.

See legendary composer Sir Karl Jenkins conducting his internationally acclaimed The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace, accompanied by the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Royal Choral Society and soprano Kathryn Rudge.

Commissioned by the Royal Armouries in 1999, the performance takes an emotional path through the horrors of war to joyous optimism for the future.

This gala evening aims to raise funds for three charities: Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and Heads Together.

Venue Details & Map

Central Hall Westminster

Storey's Gate
+44(0) 207 654 3826
Public transport:
Tube: St James's Park or Westminster Train: Victoria (follow Tothill Street towards Westminster Abbey. Turn left at the end of Tothill Street towards the main entrance of the hotel.)

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