Roll up for last tickets for Carols in the Castle Courtyard


Tickets are selling like hotcakes as word spreads of the new courtyard venue for Carols at Warwick Castle this year with a last five hundred tickets remaining.

For many years now the event has been held in the East Front of the Castle, but with the Ice Rink now in that location, for the first time in decades, the Carols returns to where it started in the Castle courtyard.

As well as being a great night out, it is a great way to get into the true spirit of Christmas as the event raises a five-figure sum for local charities and good causes every year.


brass-close-up The event this year is set to be another lively evening of singing with the Choirs of St Mary’s led by a lively director of music working in partnership with the great team of musicians from Leamington’s Royal Spa Brass.

There will be no change to the traditional warmth and atmosphere of the evening with our great compère Annie Othen and seasonal treats of mulled wine and a range of food and other hot drinks. There is plenty of parking and the gates open at 6.30. Tickets are priced at £8.00 for anyone over age 12 and £3 for children under12. The event this year takes place on Saturday 21st of December and is the perfect start to your Christmas festivities. There is a direct link to the ticket office on

To maximise the money for charity, Warwick Castle provides the facilities, support and sponsors dig deep to contribute. Sponsors this year include lead sponsor Warwick Independent Schools Foundation and supporting sponsor Warwick University. The event is also enjoying the longstanding support of Leamington Mazda, Warwick Printing, Warwick Castle and marketing and PR company LMMC.

The money raised goes to support local good causes and is distributed by Warwick Lions; Merlin’s Magic Wand, Rotary Club of Warwick, Royal Spa Brass and the Friends of St Mary’s Choir.



For more media information contact Selwyn Rowley at LMMC on 01926611700 or email – Please advise me if journalists or photographers would like a complimentary ticket to attend on the evening.