The London premiere of Shame Chorus will take place on Saturday 8th October, with members of the London Gay Men’s Chorus performing specially commissioned compositions by Billy Bragg, David McAlmont, Jessica Curry, Leo Chadburn, Shane Cullinan, Edmund Jolliffe, Conor Mitchell, Sarah Morrison, Steven Smith, Verity Susman, Benjamin Till and Jack White, with spoken word parts written by Andy White.
The concert will be followed by a discussion that includes Jordan McKenzie, the London Gay Men’s Chorus and some of the composers.
Saturday 8th October
19:30 - 22:30
London Irish Centre, Camden
Saturday 8th October
For the close of the Southbank Centre's 'Being a Man' festival, we present 'UGotMale?' – a one-night-only, thought-provoking and uplifting show that explores, celebrates and challenges masculinity, and commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Chorus.
Featuring new arrangements including songs by Michael Jackson, Take That and Alice Cooper, as well as numbers from Dreamgirls, West Side Story and La Cage Aux Folles, 'UGotMale?' promises to be a surprising, stimulating and above all memorable show.
Following the overwhelming response to our involvement in London's vigil for Orlando last week, we are delighted to announce the release of Bridge Over Troubled Water as a charity single, with proceeds being split between the Pulse Victims Fund (via Equality Florida) and Galop UK.
For more information on the single release, click here.
As you may already know, 2016 marks 25 years since those 9 friends gathered at Angel tube station and started what we know today as the London Gay Men’s Chorus.
To celebrate our 25 years, we’re undertaking 25 goals that we aim to have completed by the end of the year.
Celebrating 25 years of the London Gay Men’s Chorus
Our mission is to entertain, educate and inspire through song — performing to the highest standard and challenging preconceptions of gay men.
We perform at a range of events each year, from our own productions to smaller, private events.
You can find out more about our upcoming performances on our performances pages.
Our Outreach Programme needs all the support you can give it. We visit schools around the London area, and through song we teach kids that homophobia is wrong. It's an amazing experience for all involved and has had some incredible results.
You can read more about the whole programme by visiting our Outreach pages
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