Concert: Our 40 Year Story!

Saturday 15th July 2023 – Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ

Join us on a breath-taking musical journey spanning continents, cultures, and major events in LGBT+ history. Back again at Cadogan Hall, the choir is celebrating our 40th anniversary and bringing back a variety of timeless hits from our repertoire. This two-hour concert is absolutely jam-packed full of synth-fuelled 80’s punk, 90’s power ballads and some of the biggest hits from the 2000’s, many of which are arranged by choir members. We’ll also be treated to a visual montage of Pink Singers’ 40 Year Journey, exploring remarkable events in which the choir supported LGBT+ communities around the world.

Expect a moving revival of Pinkies anthems from past and present. 

“It was a wonderfully exuberant and engaging evening….All were given with theatrical pizazz which left everyone wanting more. ” Planet Hugill

Tickets start at £10. Don’t forget, you can secure a VIP ticket including a free glass of champagne from £45. Try to book in advance – this concert is likely to sell out as we did in April!

The Coronation Choir!

Pink Singers to perform as part of the Coronation Choir

Members of the Pink Singers, Europe’s oldest mixed LGBTQ+ choir, will make up 22 of the 300-strong ensemble of singers performing at the Coronation Concert this weekend. 

The Coronation Choir will bring together singing groups of all shapes and sizes from across the four corners of Britain. The choirs performing are from a range of diverse backgrounds and include an all-deaf sign performance organisation, a traditional male voice choir from Caerphilly, Yorkshire’s only female South Asian choir, the London Fire Brigade and a sea shanty troupe of RNLI volunteers. 

The groups will be led by coaches Amanda Holden, Motsi Mabuse and Rose Ayling-Ellis, joined by choirmaster Gareth Malone to prepare the choir for the Windsor Castle event.

Zoe Johannes, the Pink Singers’ Events Manager and a soprano in the choir, spoke about our involvement:

“At the last coronation in 1953 being LGBT was illegal, and it is a significant sign of how much times have changed that the Royal family has gone out of their way to say that they want to include LGBTQ+ people in the concert. That visibility is so important. We wanted to be there for that reason to show the country that we’re out here and we’re proud.”

“There’s a big diversity in our group and where people have chosen to participate it is for a variety of different reasons, but one common feeling is wanting to send a message of inclusion to those watching the event in the UK and around the World.”

In this, our 40th anniversary year, we are proud that we’re able to openly represent the diversity and brilliance of LGBTQ+ people on an international stage through singing. 

The journey of the Coronation Choir will be charted in a documentary screening on BBC1 this Friday 5th May at 8pm, and the performance will be shown live during the concert taking place on Sunday 7th May at 8pm. Both programmes can also be watched on the BBC iPlayer, through the links below.

Sing for the King, The Search for the Coronation Choir:

The Coronation Concert: 

Party! Our 40th anniversary concert

 Saturday 21st Jan 2023Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ.

Ready to celebrate 40 years of Pink Singers? You are not going to want to miss this amazing concert! Join the party at Cadogan Hall for iconic queer anthems and badass ballads, featuring the musical mastery of Lizzo, Spice Girls, Mika, Cat Burns and many more.

Running for 1 hour and 30 minutes, the show will be balanced with choral versions of famous film scores and classical tunes, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy. All-singing, all-dancing, all-harmonising – is there anything Pink Singers can’t do? Grab a VIP entry with a glass of fizz to toast the special anniversary in style. 

From £10 to £45 for VIP tickets (includes a glass of fizz & programme). Transaction fees apply. 

Gone Viral – Live at Cadogan Hall Sun 24th April

Join us for “The Pink Singers: Gone Viral”: 7.00pm Sunday 24th April 2022 at The Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ. We’ll be giving away 1 in 10 tickets to LGBT+ charities including Opening Doors London. If you can’t attend but would still like to support us, you can buy tickets and we’ll donate them to someone who wouldn’t ordinarily be able to attend. See below for further details.

With “Gone Viral”, we will take you on a fun and emotional audio and visual journey. You’ll witness our transition to virtual choir, back to performing live again, whilst at the same time strengthening our community as a choir and beyond. Audience members will be immersed in the performance as we’ve never done before!

Repertoire will include the usual mix of popular music from the 1970s to present day as well as twists on classical favourites. Expect a capella, accompanied and our trademark choreographic showstoppers from our talented in-house team.

This will be the first time that a full choir will be back on stage since we performed our sell out concert and live album By Special Arrangement Part 2 in January 2020. We’ve waited a long time for this, and we can’t wait to unleash our irrepressible energy on you!

It’s our mission to increase access to music for all members of the LGBTQ+ community. For every 10 tickets we sell we are giving one away to charities including Opening Doors London. Come to our concert and not only will you have a great night out, but you’ll also help us reach more people who can’t usually come and hear us.


Tickets range from £10 to £45 for VIP tickets (includes a glass of fizz & programme).

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Can’t come to the concert but you’d still like to support us?

We know that for one reason or another not all our fans will be able to attend the concert, but that some of you might still want to show your support for the choir. At the same time for this concert we’d love to expand our reach to new audience members who have not been able to experience the Pink Singers in concert before. If you can’t make the concert but would like to show your continued support to the choir why not buy a ticket and we’ll donate it to someone who would not ordinarily be able to attend?

If you would like to do this, we’d be extremely grateful! To ensure your tickets are passed on, please do the following. Thank you!

  • Buy one or more tickets from the box office in the usual way
  • Send an email to titled “Gift tickets” telling us the name you booked the ticket(s) under and how many you are gifting.
Follow the concert build-up!

We’ll be publishing more information during the build-up to the concert. Check out insider stories and the background to some of the repertoire choices.

See us live in Hammersmith!

Join us for our concert “Sing! A Jamboree for all the family”:

3pm Sunday 24th October at 245 Hammersmith Road, London, W6 8PW

We enjoyed our first formal concert in 18 months so much that we’ve decided to do it all over again! Following hot on the heels of our successful and emotional performances in South and East London in September, we’re spreading the Pinkies magic out West.

We’ll be performing old favourites as well as beautiful new arrangements of songs that resonate with the LGBT+ community and living authentically.

Repertoire in this performance will include Together in Electric Dreams, Run, Strong, Brave, Proud and Chosen Family.

Tickets: Adults £10 (+ £1.37 booking fee);  Under 26s FREE!*

Tickets are available in advance via Eventbrite. Tickets will also be available on the day (again via Eventbrite), but we would encourage you to buy in advance to help with the smooth running of the event.

*For free tickets for under 26s email to get added to the guest list.  

After so long apart we are really excited to get to perform again and would like to thank Max Productions for inviting us to take part in their October programme of events.

“MAX Productions are delighted to work in partnership with Legal & General and Mitsubishi Estate London to present its ‘First Edition’ of events in the unique space of 245 Hammersmith Road. As the UK comes out of the pandemic, it is vital that great music making plays its part in the recovery of the community, and the nation as a whole. I am thrilled to present some of the finest UK based performers across our MAX events, and look forward to enjoying with our audiences. There is something for everyone, and everyone is invited.”

Andrew Watts, Artistic Director of MAX – Musician and Artist Exchange Productions Limited