Water charity Just a Drop has gathered performers from around the world for a virtual Christmas Concert on 17 December.
The fundraising event will be hosted by Just a Drop’s Patron, the broadcaster Alastair Stewart, and will feature a number of renowned choirs.
They include acts such as the Treorchy Male Voice Choir, Vocal Dimensions, Wimbledon Choral Society, Wiltshire Wailers and Offbeat Choir.
They will perform alongside students from Pembrey Primary School in South Wales and the Coop Academy in Failsworth, as well as choirs from communities around the world that have benefited from Just a Drop’s work.
Renowned author, translator, journalist and Hispanist Adam Feinstein will join Nicaragua’s Ambassador to the UK, Guisell Morales-Echaverry to showcase poetry from this South American country.
Tickets are £10 and available from the Just a Drop website. They include a song sheet so you can sing along.
The concert will be available on the Just a Drop website from 17 December until the new year.
The charity said: “In the face of the Coronavirus pandemic, Just a Drop’s work has become even more critical.
"In impoverished communities around the world, they have provided hand-washing facilities and soap to local markets to enable them to stay open, maintaining livelihoods and consistent food supplies in addition to helping stop the spread of the virus.
“The charity purchased PPE equipment and provided hand-washing and soap-making facilities to healthcare centres to protect medical staff and patients.
"Having purchased motorbikes, the charity’s local teams have been visiting villages, towns and marketplaces to raise more awareness and understanding of the dangers of Covid-19 by answering questions and distributing educational leaflets.”