For the full King’s at the Cathedral Series, visit the concerts page.
Described by the Chronicle Herald as “annual magic”, A King’s Christmas has become an annual tradition for many Nova Scotians. Each year features carols from the mediaeval to the modern, and seasonal readings selected by a special guest narrator. The narrator for this, our 12th season, will be Old Man Luedecke, Nova Scotia’s two-time Juno Award-winning songwriter and banjo player. Old Man Luedecke is loved by audiences not only for the folk tunes he writes with engaging lyrics but also for his off-the-cuff story-telling, both humorous and nostalgic, about life and love, often with a Maritime twist. Old Man Luedecke will be the first narrator of A King’s Christmas to bring both spoken word and new music to the role!
Advance tickets available now at the King’s Co-op Bookstore (902.422.1270 ext 261).
Available soon from Ticket Halifax (tickethalifax.com / 902.422.6278).
Saturday, December 14 at 4:00 p.m. – Lunenburg
St John’s Anglican Church
64 Townsend St
Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0
Sunday, December 15 at 4:00 & 7:30 p.m. – Halifax
Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax
1330 Cathedral Ln
Halifax, NS B3H 2Z1