2013 sees the Pink Singers celebrating our 30th birthday! We begin our birthday year with a concert in the luxurious and atmospheric Cadogan Hall, Sloane Square on Saturday 19th January 2013. Join us for an evening of entertainment, featuring some of our best songs from the past three decades. We will be celebrating our journey in style with this unmissable event, showcasing some of our best numbers by Sondheim, Mozart, Karl Jenkins, Massive Attack and many more. So come along and wipe those January blues away as we pull out all the stops with an eclectic and energetic show of song, dance, comedy, and a few surprises along the way…after all, it’s not every year you turn 30! Book your tickets now!
Tickets are available at four price points: £24, £20, £16, £12 Concessions (on top price tickets only): Students, Senior citizens, etc.: £20 ENCORE Members: £20 Groups of 5+: £20 each
Got tickets for our anniversary concert? Why not continue the 30th Birthday celebrations with the performers at the Aftershow Party? Tickets are a snip at £10 which includes a drink and a rocking DJ til 2am! Tickets are available via a choir member or by contacting our Social Secretary Gary via firstname.lastname@example.org who will give you details on how to pay. Limited tickets available on the door. See you there!
Join the Pink Singers for That’s Entertainment! – an evening of showbiz quiz fun and games at The Two Brewers 114 Clapham High St (Clapham Common Tube). The evening will include a raffle, live entertainment, a lot of belly laughs and dancing. Entrance is £5 per person and gets you entry into the quiz and to the club afterwards. Arrive early and you can take advantage of selected drinks at £2 before 8.30pm. You can join the Facebook event here. See you there!
In 2013, the Pink Singers will be 30 years old. As Europe’s oldest LGBT community choir, our group has evolved against a backdrop of three decades of political and social change. We are celebrating our 30th birthday by commissioning a new piece of music from renowned contemporary composer Richard Thomas (Jerry Springer the Opera; Shoes) and by organising a day of workshops in Summer 2013 for LGBT choirs and singers, culminating in a concert. We are absolutely delighted to announce that the BBC Performing Arts Fund are supporting us in our ambitions for our landmark birthday year with a £10,000 grant. The BBC fund was set up in 2003 to support performance groups to take on more challenging projects through commissions, work collaboratively with other organisations and produce projects that bring them closer to their communities; we are very happy that this will enable us to plan these exciting 30th anniversary events. More announcements will follow about next year’s plans soon!