STARS from the stage and screen have once again teamed up to support a unique Winsford charity.

TV actors David Morrissey and Selina Cadell will be among the famous faces performing festive readings and songs at The Spirit of Christmas at Chester Cathedral in aid of the Neuromuscular Centre.

Previous celebrities have included Jim Broadbent, Alison Steadman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Carey Mulligan and Imelda Staunton to name just a few!

The concert is hosted by Matthew Kelly of Stars in Their Eyes fame and raised vital cash for the NMC which provides a range of specialist services and unique opportunities for people with muscular dystrophy, a progressive and debilitating muscle wasting condition with no known cure.

Matthew brings along his friends from stage and screen.

Winsford Guardian:

Selina Cadell who starred as lovelorn Sally Teshell in Doc Martin will be performing at The Spirit of Christmas

Selina Cadell has most recently starred as the quirky and lovelorn Sally Tishell in Doc Martin. She has enjoyed a diverse career, spanning television and films in both comedic and dramatic roles, best known for Wild Child, Match Point and her television sitcom roles as Dorothy Crowther in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard and Dean Mieke Miedema in Lab Rats.

David Morrissey is an actor, screenwriter, producer and director known for playing the critically acclaimed roles of Stephen Collins in State of Play and Gordon Brown in The Deal which earned him a Best Actor award from the Royal Television Society.

Recently he has portrayed the governor in The Walking Dead and Inspector Tyador Borlu in BBC2 Drama The City and the City.

Both actors are delighted to be joining Matthew Kelly at Chester Cathedral this year.

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The NMC is very grateful to all the performers, who give up their time for free to support this wonderful cause.

More names will be announced soon. Tickets are selling quickly.

To book call 01606 861733 or visit nmcentre.com.