31st March 2015
For immediate release.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus are very happy to announce their upcoming show called Back To The Bond Age taking place during the opening weekend of this year’s Brighton Fringe Festival.
Back To The Bond Age will be the first show the Chorus will be performing in this their 10th Anniversary year.
“Guns! Gags! Gizmos! Be shaken, stirred and seduced by the heady cocktail that is the Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus as they go back to the Bond Age. When an evil despot sets out to snatch our scoring secrets and crack the code of CAMP, our heroes take on all comers. And, after all, nobody does it better…!”
VENUE: St Bartholomew’s Church, Brighton
DATE: Fri 1st May and Sat 2nd May
TIME: Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start
TICKETS: £12 per ticket (£10 conc) and can be purchased online via www.brightongmc.org
Chairman Paul Charlton says:
“In many ways its hard to believe that its 10 years since Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus was first conceived – when a group of friends decided to get together in someone’s living room to sing and have fun. We’ve come along way since that time, with highlights including appearing on BBC’s Last Choir Standing in 2008, becoming a registered charity in 2010, performing our first full house show at Brighton Dome Concert Hall in 2011 alongside our patron June Brown, and winning the Manchester Amateur Choral Competition in 2013. We hope and look forward to continue singing together, supporting each other, and entertaining our fans and supporters long into the future!”
Also as part of their 10th Anniversary celebrations, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus has joined together with the Rainbow Chorus to invite all the LGBT choirs from around the UK & Ireland to Brighton for the Hand In Hand LGBT Choir Festival this summer. The Hand In Hand Festival will take place over the weekend of 12-14th June, including workshops, performances and a major public show at Brighton Dome Concert Hall on Saturday 13th June.