Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus’s sell-out 2017 Christmas show, Dreaming of Christmas, raised £1,006.42 for the Macmillan Horizon Centre.
BrightonGMC is holding a New Members’ Evening at 7:30 pm on Tuesday 12th September 2017 at their rehearsal space in the Brighton Unitarian Church in New Road, Brighton.
For its Pride Show 2017 the Chorus showcases its talent and celebrates the rich diversity of musicals and show tunes. Friday 28th & Saturday 29th July, St George’s Church, Kemptown.
BrightonGMC is excited to invite you to its first show of 2017 on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th May in St George’s Church, Kemptown, Brighton.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is pleased to announce that Vaughan Leyshon has been elected as its new Chairman. Following the Annual General Meeting in March, where all Chorus members are invited to elect the new Management Team, Vaughan was unanimously selected to head the body of Trustees and Officers that manage the Chorus.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is holding a New Members’ Evening at 7:30 pm on Tuesday 6th September 2016 at the Brighton Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton.
The Chorus has three seasons every year, each culminating in sell-out performances. New members who join this season will have the chance to perform in our Christmas Show, Pull A Cracker, in Brighton’s prestigious, 1,800 seats, Dome Concert Hall on Saturday 10th December.
Following a busy year celebrating its 10th anniversary, the biggest gay men’s chorus in the country (outside London) is gearing up for a fun filled 11th season starting with a brand new show for the Brighton Fringe Festival on May 6 and 7 at St George’s Church in Kemptown, Brighton.
Brighton’s Gay Men’s Chorus have won the award for Favourite LGBT Community Social/Leisure Organisation at the 2013 Golden Handbag Awards.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is appearing at the Ladyboys of Bangkok’s Sabai Pavillion this Sunday 12th June, after selling out the Brighthelm Centre last Saturday in the opening weekend of the Brighton Fringe Festival.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus has received support messages from three former UK Eurovision Song Contest representatives in the run-up to their Brighton Fringe show Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus: Douze Points!