We’ll be singing a few songs from our most recent concert, A Night at the Movies, at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern next Tuesday night (20th May). Do come down and see us! Doors are from 7pm and entry is £5. All the details are at the Facebook event.
Four nations, three choirs, one fantastic evening, celebrating the best of British songwriters and composers. London’s iconic Hackney Empire plays host to the capital’s biggest LGBT choir this summer, on Saturday 19 July!
Join the Pink Singers for a splendid choral performance celebrating the best of British, including music from Edward Elgar, Annie Lennox, Elton John, John Tavener, Adele, Benjamin Britten, Pulp and more. We’ll be joined on stage by special guests Citi Choir, and the talented South Wales Gay Men’s Chorus. Stunning eight-part harmonies, classic British songs and choral works and an historic venue – it’s bound to be everyone’s cup of tea. Tickets: £10, 15, 20, 25, 30 plus booking fee. Discounts available for concessions / groups of 8+. Book now online or call the Hackney Empire box office on 020 8985 2424.
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This week sees the 6th annual Chorus festival kicking off at the Southbank Centre in London, and we’re really looking forward to joining in the various vocal workshops and enjoying great performances with choirs from around the globe.
We’ve also been invited to perform this Sunday morning – 6th April out on the lovely riverside terrace from 11:30am. We’ll be singing a few of our favourite songs from our recent sell-out concert, A Night at the Movies.
There will also be a chance to hear a preview of songs from our upcoming summer concert at Union Chapel – Notes from a Small Island, celebrating the best of British composers and songwriters.
That’s not all – after our set we’ll be running an interactive session and inviting you join in learning one of our songs, including a spot of choreography!
Admission to our sessions at Chorus is free – so warm up your vocal cords and make a brunch date with us this Sunday. All the times and details are outlined in our Facebook event.