Towards the end of June, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus (BrightonGMC) was deeply saddened by the sudden and untimely death of…
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is sad to announce that one of their members has been the victim of a horrific homophobic attack in Hove.
The Brighton Fringe Festival turned out to be an exceptionally busy and exciting time for the Chorus, raising over £1,000 for the Rainbow Fund.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is thrilled to announce Joe Paxton’s appointment as their new Chorus Director.
After 9 fantastic and successful years, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is saying farewell to Marc Yarrow. Marc’s tenure with the Chorus, first as Musical Director then Artistic Director, started in 2010.
The annual World Aids Day Charity Concert held on 1st December at St Mary’s Church, Kemptown is renowned for the variety of its performances and the warm support of its audience. The latest concert was no exception and saw the three co-organising choirs Actually Gay Men’s Chorus, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus and Rainbow Chorus joined on stage by Brighton Belles, Qukulele, Rebelles, Resound Male Voices and The Sweet Chilli Singers.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is excited to announce the special guest star for their Pull A Cracker: Christmas Comes Early show will be actress, singer and Strictly Come Dancing winner Joanne Clifton.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is on the lookout for new members and welcomes anybody interested to join us on our new members evening – Tuesday 4 September 2018 at 7:30pm at the Brighton Unitarian Church on New Road, Brighton.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus is delighted to be supporting the crowdfunding campaign to help save and restore the Art Deco building at Saltdean Lido, the only Grade 2 Star listed building in the U.K.
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus’s sell-out 2017 Christmas show, Dreaming of Christmas, raised £1,006.42 for the Macmillan Horizon Centre.