The award-winning Wessex Male Choir will be demonstrating a diverse range of vocal talents at the St Peter and St Paul Church in Northleach this month, when on Saturday 16 February they perform their first concert of 2008.
The audience can expect an evening of entertainment from the choir’s eclectic repertoire, ranging from the stirring ‘Do You Hear the People Sing’ from the musical Les Miserables and gospel including the number ‘Little Innocent Lamb’ to the more contemporary McFly hit ‘It’s All About You’.
Since 2001 Wessex Male Choir has grown to include more than 40 members. The choir is actively involved in local charitable causes and all proceeds from this concert will go to the St Peter and St Paul Northleach Charitable Trust.
Event: Wessex Male Choir Concert
Venue: St Peter and St Paul Church in Northleach
Date: Saturday 16 February 2008
Times: From 7.30pm
Tickets: Cost £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, available from Fothergills Gallery. For further ticket information please call (01451) 860135.
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