Pull A Cracker 2012

“Go West” with Southampton Gay Men’s Chorus

Douze Points 2013 special Fringe performance for Brighton Pride

1st Equal Wedding at Brighton Town Hall 29/03/14

Last Choir Standing 2008

World AIDS Day Concert 2011

Brighton Pride Float 2014

Pull A Cracker 2011

Pull A Cracker 2011

Winners of Manchester Amateur Choral Competition 2013

Brighton Pride 2013 Float

Last Choir Standing 2008

Pull A Cracker 2013 with Claire Sweeney

Nautical But Nice, Brighton Fringe 2014

Pull A Cracker 2013 with Claire Sweeney

Hurst Festival 2010

World AIDS Day Concert 2012

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Gogglebox star donates “Million Pound Drop” winnings to BrightonGMC

Christopher Steed of Gogglebox fame has donated over £800 to Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus from his winnings after appearing on Channel 4′s Million Pound Drop starring Davina McCall.

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Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus wins Golden Handbags 2014 award

For the second year in a row, Brighton’s Gay Men’s Chorus have won the award for Favourite LGBT Community Social/Leisure Organisation at the 2014 Golden Handbag Awards.

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Beacon 2013 donation

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus raise nearly £6,000 for Sussex Beacon

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus have announced that their “Pull A Cracker” Christmas show raised a staggering £5,713.40 for the Sussex Beacon, who offer specialist care and support for men, women and families affected by HIV.

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Latest Press Release: Gogglebox star donates to Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus after appearing on Channel 4’s “Million Pound Drop” with Davina McCall 12/08/2014

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Singing... Socialising... Supporting... for members of Brighton Gay Men's Chorus, singing is just the start!

I found a new way of gay life without trying to pull or be pulled.

Sadao U.

The Chorus has given me a sense of community and opened up a whole new social network of friends.

Thomas A.

The Chorus has increased my confidence and has given me the incentive to overcome my M.E.

Graham P

The Chorus is more than just singing, it gave me the strength to tell my parents.

Rob M.

It’s not just the opportunity to sing, which I personally find very cathartic, but the social side of being a member is just fantastic – like being part of a family really!

Charlie B.

Singing with the Chorus has given me the confidence to believe that anything is possible!

Tony B.

After a family tragedy, the support from my friends in the Chorus lifted me up very quickly.

Thomas A.

After years of dull piano lessons as a child, I’m now arranging music for the Chorus to sing… I’ve rediscovered my love for music!

Peter A.

It’s lovely to just come along and sing casually with fantastic friends and then have a pint or two after rehearsals.

Sadao U.

Support us

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus survives through the generosity of others. If you would like to be a part of our success and don’t want to join us as a singing member, then why not become a Friend (through a small donation) or help us out at shows and events by becoming an Angel.

If you are a commercial organisation, how about becoming a Sponsor? We can offer you a lot in terms of visibility within the Brighton community and beyond!

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Registered Charity Number: 1137437