Please join All Saints West Dulwich for a magical evening of music and song at 7.30pm on Thursday 1st February, as they once again show their dedication to the people of Afghanistan.

2023 marked 40 years of Afghanaid working with communities in some of the most remote, rural areas of Afghanistan. Despite several simultaneously unfolding crises and operational challenges, over the past four decades we have continued to devise solutions to help Afghan people build brighter, more sustainable futures for themselves and their communities.

At this turbulent time, it is because of Afghanaid's longstanding supporters such as All Saints West Dulwich that we are able to continue reaching the most vulnerable families, and making such a transformative impact across rural Afghanistan.

The performances

With performances from the esteemed soprano Ruth Holton, as well as the exceptional instrumentalists, pianist Anya Fadina, violinist Geoffrey Silver and cellist Rebecca Jordan, this classical concert will be a feast for the ears and the soul, whilst also containing poignant reminders of how vital Afghanaid's work has been across four decades. 

Expect to hear emotive pieces by some of the world's most loved composers, including Purcell, Mozart, Schumann, Mahler, Faure and Tchaikovsky!


Please note, all ticket sales will go directly towards supporting Afghanaid's lifesaving projects.

£15 - General Admission tickets

£10 - Student tickets

If you have any questions about purchasing tickets or any other aspect of the event, please do get in touch. Can't come on the night but would still like to support Afghanaid's work? You can donate to support our work here.

Booking for this event has now closed.