The Pink Singers’ 2011 summer concert — Razzle Dazzle — draws inspiration from the cabaret nightclubs of Paris and will have the range of styles regular fans have come to love, but with a gay twist: songs from gay songwriters and composers or made famous by gay performers. There was an embarrassment of riches to choose from, such is the huge contribution of members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community to our musical heritage. Amongst those whose work will be featured are Barber, Britten and Tschaikovsky, Leonard Bernstein, KD Lang and Stephen Sondheim.
Soloists and small groups will add to what will be an exciting evening full of singing, dancing and a little bit of sparkle!
The Pink Singers’ mix of songs — from classical composers, pop, jazz and musicals — has been delighting audiences since the group’s inception back in 1983. We are Europe’s longest established LGBT community choir — its 80 members come from all over the world and are of all ages and genders, true to the spirit of London’s cultural and social diversity.
The evening will be led by Musical Director Murray Hipkin, who is a member of English National Opera and appears by permission.
Continue the fun with the Pink Singers as your ticket will give you exclusive access to our post-show party. Venue to be announced on the night.
£12 to £30
Booking fees apply
Available via our tickets page or phone (020) 7388 8822
Continue the fun with the Pink Singers as your ticket will give you exclusive access to our post-show party at the Duck and Dive, University of London Student Union.