Performances

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Upcoming Performances

Come and join the boys of the London Gay Men’s Chorus in what promises to be a truly unique festive bonanza!

With the bawdy spirit of the Victorian music hall you can expect a glorious, fun-filled vintage start to your festive season with rousing carols, drinking songs, cabaret, vaudeville, burlesque and circus. With classics such as ‘Masters in this Hall’, ’12 Days of Christmas’ and ‘God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen’ through to the fabulous musical theatre of Lionel Bart and Pasek and Paul, you can expect the London Gay Men’s Chorus in fine form to give you the greatest Christmas show of all time!

There will be dancing boys, guest artists, audience participation and oodles of wonderful singing in the very atmospheric setting of the iconic Clapham Grand, all delivered in the unique, incomparable style of the London Gay Men’s Chorus.

Raising funds for the London Gay Men’s Chorus.

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Previous Performances

Here you’ll find our previous performances. For more information on past shows, please visit our Wikipedia page.

World AIDS Day Service – West London Synagogue

On 1st December 2018 we were honoured to return to the West London Synagogue for another special service, concert and supper to commemorate World AIDS Day. This years’ theme was BEACONS, highlighting key dates and the movers and shakers of the fight to tackle HIV and AIDS.

Riot Act – World AIDS Day Charity Gala

On 26th November 2018, our Ensemble were proud to open the Riot Act World AIDS Day charity gala in aid of and with all proceeds going to the Dean Street Wellbeing Programme.

NSPCC Gherkin Challenge 2018

On Sunday 28th October, our Ensemble were pleased to return to top of the Gherkin to sing for those participating in the annual NSPCC Gherkin Challenge! Our boys sang to people as they completed the 38 flight climb to raise money for the charity.

Nick Reeve – A Hopeful Heart Concert

Our Ensemble were delighted to be special guests at Nick Reeve’s Hopeful Heart concert, at The Water Rats. Nick showcased songs from ‘A Hopeful Heart’, a few from the vaults and classic covers that have influenced his songwriting.

Katherine Ryan – Glitter Room

During October, our Ensemble had the honour of warming up the audience for several nights of Katherine Ryan’s ‘Glitter Room’ show at the Garrick Theatre.

Anya Hindmarch’s Chubby Cloud at London Fashion Week

On 14th & 15th September, our Ensemble performed at Anya Hindmarch’s ‘Chubby Cloud’ at London Fashion Week. Our boys sang lullabies as guests lounged on a giant “Chubby Cloud” beanbag, while admiring the ceiling painting by 17th century Flemish artist Sir Peter Ruben.

GQ Men of the Year Awards 2018

On 5th September 2018 we performed again at the GQ Men of the Year Awards. We performed for guests as they took their seats, and had the honour of performing David Bowie’s ‘Starman’ to welcome HRH The Prince of Wales to the stage to accept the editor’s lifetime achievement award for services to philanthropy.

Camden Fringe

Our Ensemble took their critically acclaimed ‘Songs of Gays’ to Camden Fringe on 12th August 2018, following sell out performances at the Prague Fringe. This was the first time our boys have performed at the Camden Fringe festival.

Pride in London

As always, we took to the streets of London on Saturday 7th July to sing and dance our way along the parade for Pride in London. This year, we also performed on the main stage in Trafalgar Square, and were delighted to be joined by Conleth Kane to perform Titanium.

Chesil Rocks

On 23rd June 2018, our Ensemble headed back to Dorset once again to perform at Chesil Rocks – a music Festival featuring classical, choral, folk, blues, indie and rock acts from locality and beyond, all to raise money for the Samaritans in Dorset.

Polyphonica

On 15th & 16th June 2018 we presented Polyphonica at Cadogan Hall. Vocals were to the fore in this show as we explored a wide repertoire, ranging from the full choral ‘wall of sound’ to the solitude of a solo voice. We were also honoured to be joined by Conleth Kane as our special guest.

Songs of Gays – Prague Fringe

From 30th May to the 2nd June, our Ensemble boys returned to Prague following their sell-out 2016 for four sell-out shows of Songs of Gays, celebrating musicals in the unique humorous way of the LGMCe with vocal fireworks, sparkling harmonies and unforgettable ‘choral-ography’!

Songs of Gays – London Preview

On 20th May, our Ensemble boys previewed their revamped “Songs of Gays” show in London before heading to Prague following their sell-out 2016 show. Our boys celebrated musicals in their uniquely humorous way with unforgettable ‘choral-ography’, expert vocal fireworks and sparkling harmonies!

Roll Over Beethoven

On 18th May, our Ensemble performed at an evening of entertainment to raise money for Hearing Dogs for Deaf people, organised by one of our regular British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreters, Jack! The evening also included Tracey Barlow, Maria Hurtz, Being Her, LoUis Cyfer and Daryl Jackson.

Various Voices 2018

Between 9th and 13th May 2018, we attended the Various Voices LGBT+ choir festival in Munich. It was a great opportunity for us to not only perform at the festival and the public in Max-Joseph-Platz, but also to learn from all the other choirs from around the world that took part in the festival.

Switchboard LGBT History Month Concert

On Friday 23rd February we were delighted to perform at the LGBT History Month celebration of Switchboard, the national LGBT+ helpline. Hosted by award-winning comedian Rosie Wilby, we joined a diverse array of performers including aclaimed string quartet Anything Goes, acapella choir The Noteables and Let It Shine’s Jordan Charles.

British Library Member’s Carol Concert

On 21st December 2017 we performed at the British Library at their Member’s Carol Concert, an exclusive after-hours event of festive cheer held specially for members of the Library.

Tinseltown

On 15th & 16th December 2017 we collaborated with a studio symphony orchestra in a show that captured the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown. A broad range of music showcasing Hollywood in all its grandeur, special guests Rachel Tucker and Dylan Turner, dancers and fantastic choreography all combined to create a spectacular winter treat.  

Christmas in the Queen’s House

On 7th December 2017 we were delighted to take part in Christmas at the Queen’s House – an evening celebrating a vintage ‘White Christmas’ where we not only performed, but also ran workshops and sang with the guests.

British Fashion Awards 2017

On Monday 4th December 2017 we were honoured to perform Freedom by Wham! for the British Fashion Awards at a star-studded event at the Royal Albert Hall.

World AIDS Day Service and Concert

On 3rd December 2017 we were delighted to return to the West London Synagogue for another special remembrance service and concert to commemorate World AIDS Day.

Tower Hamlets World AIDS Day Concert

On 1st December 2017 we performed at the Tower Hamlets World AIDS Day Concert – a fantastic free event that also featured The Broken Swing Band, Women Sing East, The Voice Energy Project and Rex Melville.

Diversity Role Models Spectacular

On 10th November 2017 we were delighted to be take part in the Diversity Role Models Spectacular at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel – alongside other acts including Beverly Savarin and Katherine Rhodes. Funds raised on the night support DRM’s vital work in schools, preventing homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.

Christmas Starts at Liberty London

On 5th November 2017 we performed at the launch of the Christmas festivities at Liberty in London. We performed for Liberty’s customers in the centre of the store, before taking to the streets to do a couple of numbers for passers by.

NSPCC Gherkin Challenge

On 22nd October 2017 our Ensemble returned once again to sing for those taking part in the annual NSPCC Gherkin challenge – running (or walking) up 38 floors to raise money for the charity.

Songs of Gays

On 15th October 2017, our Ensemble performed a special one-off performance, celebrating the magical world of musical theatre in the atmospheric setting of the Actors’ Church at St. Paul’s in Covent Garden.

Lady Taverner’s 30th Anniversary Gala Concert

On 24th September 2017, we were honoured to perform with the incredible Lesley Garrett at the Lady Taverners 30th Anniversary Gala Concert at the Theatre Royal. The night will also featured Judith Chalmers, Jacqui Dankworth, G4, Ruthie Henshaw and Angela Rippon.

Snape Proms

On 28th August we performed our Agit-Pop show at the Snape Proms, at Snape Maltings Concert Hall in Suffolk. It was an honour to be able to perform at such a prestigious event and venue, to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality.

Hand in Hand

On 18th August 2017 we travelled to Manchester to take part in the Hand in Hand festival. As well as performing some of our songs from Agit-Pop, we also had the opportunity to see performances from the other incredible and inspiring LGBT choirs from across the UK and Ireland.

Where Love and Sorrow Meet

On 29th July, we performed at St. Martin-in-the-Field for a special ecumenical service of lament and hope to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act 1967.

Pride in London

On 8th July 2017 we took to the streets again as part of the Pride in London parade. As always, we sang and danced our way through the streets to put on a show for the crowds. A massive, massive thank you to everyone who turned out and cheered us along the way.

British Summer Time

On 5th July 2017, we returned to Barclaycard’s British Summer Time in Hyde Park as part of the Open House programme. We performed three different sets and suffered only one keyboard malfunction!

Pride in London Spectacular

On 3rd July 2017, our Ensemble performed in the Pride in London Spectacular at the Paradiso Spiegltent at Underbelly Festival on the Southbank. Hosted by Michael Twaits, the event mixed establised artists with newcomers from the community for a glittering jewel of an evening as part of the Pride in London festival.

Out at Tesco

On 1st July, our Ensemble boys returned to Tesco in Covent Garden and Regent Street to serenade customers and celebrate Pride for Out at Tesco.

Science Museum Lates for Pride

On 28th June 2017, our Ensemble performed at the Science Museum as part of the Pride in London celebrations. The evening was one of the Science Museum’s ‘Lates’ sessions and was an entire evening of LGBT-inspired fabulousness and gaiety!

Chesil Rocks

On 24th June our Ensemble headed down to Dorset to perform at Chesil Rocks – a music Festival featuring classical, choral, folk, blues, indie and rock acts from locality and beyond, all to raise money for the Samaritans in Dorset.

Agit-Pop

On 9th & 10th June 2017 we presented Agit-Pop at Cadogan Hall. Marking the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act which saw the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality and the start of the road to LGBT equality, the show celebrated the music of liberation and protest and how popular music helped change the world.

Across the Universe – with the CGMC

On 25th May 2017, we performed with the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus in the Ganz Hall at the Roosevelt University. The wonderfully collaborative concert features selections from the Spring programmes of both Choruses – from sacred pieces to the Beatles via songs of liberation and protest.

British Consulate in Chicago

On 24th May 2017, a small group of our boys were honoured to perform at the residence of the British Consulate in Chicago – including a performance of I Feel Pretty with the one and only Charlene!

I See Fire – with the NYCGMC

On 20th May 2017, we performed with the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus in the sell out show I See Fire: Anthems for a New Era, at the Skirball Center. The concert saw the two Choruses reunite following our joint sell-out show, You Say Tomato, at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, […]

New York AIDS Walk

On 21st May 2017, we had the pleasure of being able to perform a few songs for volunteers of the annual AIDS Walk in New York. After the performance, our boys took part in the 10k walk around Central Park and the surrounding area, to help raise money for those living with HIV/AIDS in New […]

British Consulate in New York

In the afternoon of 19th May 2017, we had the honour of performing for staff and guests of the British Consulate in New York City, as part of our US tour. As well as performing, our boys had the opportunity to network with guests at the reception.

Madame Tussauds NYC

On 19th May 2017, we performed in the foyer of Madame Tussauds in New York to preview some of the songs from our joint show with the NYCGMC the next day.

The Wedding of Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black

On 6th May 2017 we were honoured to have been able to perform at the wedding of Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black in the beautiful gardens of Bovey Castle. After the couple exchanged vows, we performed Bruno Mars’s ‘Marry You’ and Elbow’s ‘One Day Like This’ for the couple and their guests.

SQUAWK – Salisbury Arts Centre

On 8th April 2017, our Ensemble performed as part of the first ever Salisbury Queer Arts Weekender (SQUAWK) – a weekend to celebrate diversity and enjoy a range of LGBTQIA talent from across the UK. The Ensemble and our very own Artistic Director, Simon Sharp, also ran a singing workshop in the afternoon.

Tate Britain – Queer British Art Opening

On 3rd April 2017, we performed at the launch of the British Queer Art 1861 – 1967 exhibition at the Tate Britain. Marking the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England, the exhibition explores how artists expressed themselves in a time when established assumptions about gender and sexuality were being questioned and transformed.

The Barbican – Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?

On 2nd April 2017 we performed at The Barbican to celebrate the cinematic release of ‘Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?’ from Peccadillo Pictures. The event was hosted by Julian Clary and was streamed live in cinemas across the country.

Together… with the AMSGMC

On 28th January 2017 we performed with the Amsterdam Gay Men’s Chorus for their second big show! The concert was held at De Duif in Amsterdam and included performances from each Chorus, and a few numbers that we performed…together! On the 29th January, we also performed with the AMSGMC at the Rijksmuseum.

Homo Alone: A Christmas Story

Twas the night before Christmas and the boys had a show. Or, they were meant to, you see, but it had started to snow… On 10th & 11th December 2016, our LGMC Ensemble presented ‘Homo Alone’ a Christmas show full of breathtaking harmonies and sparkling vocals that got the whole audience in the festive spirit!

Angel and Tottenham Court Road

On 1st December 2016 we commemorated our Silver Jubilee and World AIDS Day with two special performances at Angel tube station (where it all began) and Tottenham Court Road. We also raised money for the Chorus and Terrence Higgins Trust – just like we did at the first performance at Angel 25 years ago.

UGotMale?

On 27th November 2016 we took to the Royal Festival Hall stage to celebrate our Silver Jubilee with a special gala show and to close the Southbank Centre’s ‘Being a Man’ festival. We were joined by members of the London Gay Big Band and the Orion Orchestra, and special guests Hannah Waddingham and Hannah Pedley.

Newcastle Station and Fenwick’s

On 30th October 2016 we headed up to Newcastle to perform to customers at Fenwick’s department store and those travelling to, from and working at the mainline station. This formed part of our Silver Jubilee UK tour.

Nowt So Queer as Folk

On 29th October 2016 we travelled to The Venue at Leeds College of Music to put on a special concert with lesbian a cappella group the Deep C Divas, and Leeds’ mixed LGBT choir Gay Abandon. Compered by Bradford’s own gender illusionist, Mysti Valentine, the show was part of our Silver Jubilee tour.

Shame Chorus London Premiere

On 8th October 2016, members of the London Gay Men’s Chorus performed specially commissioned compositions by artists such as Billy Bragg, David McAlmont, Jessica Curry, Leo Chadburn, Steven Smith and Verity Susman for the London premiere of Shame Chorus.

Robert Grace Trust Fundraiser

On 5th October 2016 we returned to Union Chapel to help raise funds for the Robert Grace Trust, once again performing alongside Owl Parliament and the Deep Throat Choir.

GQ Men of the Year Awards

On 6th September 2016 we were honoured to perform at the GQ Men of the Year awards. We performed a few numbers while the guests took their seats, and then opened the show with our rendition of David Bowie’s ‘Life on Mars’.

London to Brighton

On 5th August 2016 we joined forces with the Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus to present a pre-Pride spectacular in Hove. This was the first stop on our Silver Jubilee tour and also raised money for the Rainbow Fund.

The Streets

In July 2016, we performed on Ilford High Road (17th) and in Tooting (24th) as part of The Streets – a dynamic programme which aims to bring high quality music and performance to high streets across seven outer-London boroughs.

BST Hyde Park

On 5th July 2016 we took to the Barclaycard stage to perform at the British Summer Time Festival in Hyde Park, as part of their free activities. The whole Chorus performed two sets, and our Ensemble also performed a set.

Andaz Hotel Gala Dinner

On 30th June 2016 the amazing Andaz London hosted a charity gala dinner to help raise money for our Silver Jubilee fund. A massive thank you to Andaz, and everyone who bought a ticket and came along to the evening.

Pride in London 2016

On 25th June about 200 of us took to the streets of London to take part in the annual Pride parade, singing and dancing our way through the streets. Thanks to everyone who came out to support.

Natural History Museum Lates

On 24th June, we performed at the Natural History Museum as part of their ‘Lates’ evening to help celebrate Pride in London.

#SingForOrlando

On 20th June 2016 we joined the Adam Street Singers, Diversity Choir, the Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir and the Pink Singers to put on a special fundraiser concert to raise money for the Pulse Victims Fund via Equality Florida.

NSPCC Gherkin Challenge

On 19th June 2016 our Ensemble returned to sing for those taking part in the annual NSPCC Gherkin challenge – running (or walking) up 38 floors to raise money for the charity.

Out at Tesco

On 18th June 2016, our Ensemble returned to Tesco Metro in Covent Garden to serenade customers as part of the countdown to the Pride celebrations for Out at Tesco.

London Stands with Orlando Vigil

On 13th June 2016 we were proud to take part in the Soho vigil for those who lost their lives in the homophobic attack in Orlando. We sang Bridge Over Troubled Water and The Way Old Friends Do in the street, before moving to St. Anne’s churchyard to perform with our friends, The Pink Singers.

History

On 10th & 11th June 2016, we returned to Cadogan Hall for History – the first of our special Silver Jubilee concerts. For the first time we teamed up with a full orchestra (the Orion Symphony Orchestra), to perform songs to commemorate events of the last 25 years.

Prague Fringe

From 28th to 30th May 2016, our Ensemble returned to Prague to perform at the Prague Fringe festival. Their three night run of ‘Boys will be Boys’ at the Malostranská beside went down a storm!

Royal Free Hospital

On 23rd April 2016 we sang at the Royal Free Hospital. After performing a few songs in the communal part of the hospital, we then ventured onto the wards to sing for some of the long term patients at the hospital.

Chorus Festival 2016

On 20th March 2016 we returned to the Southbank Centre to take part in the annual Chorus festival. Once again we sang in the Clore Ballroom, and even got the audience involved in a sing-a-long!

National Festival of LGBT History

On 7th February 2016 we took part in the ‘National LGBT History Month: Schools and Families Day’ at the Museum of London, where we performed at the end of a day of workshops and presentations for teachers, and a range of events for the whole family.

The Little Gay Swing

On 20th December 2015, our super-talented Ensemble returned to the ArtHouse Cinema in Crouch End for the Little Gay Swing – an intimate and festive night of song and swing!

The Big Gay Swing

On 11th and 12th December 2015, we returned to The Roundhouse for three sell out performances of the Big Gay Swing. We once again teamed up with the London Gay Big Band for a festive swing show, featuring songs from Marilyn Monroe, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin and even Bjork.

West London Synagogue

On 29th November 2015 we were delighted to return to the West London Synagogue for another concert to commemorate World AIDS Day. We also had the opportunity to perform with West End star Daniel Koek.

Liberty Christmas Window Unveiling

On 15th November 2015 we performed to help unveil the brand new Christmas window display at Liberty of London. We sang a few festive numbers on the street outside the store, before Kylie did the honours and unveiled the window.

Screamers!

On 28th October 2015, the LGMC Ensemble returned to The Cockpit for a one-night-only Halloween special. Our boys presented spellbinding harmonies and vocals to make the hair on the back of the neck stand on end (in a good way of course!).

Robert Grace Trust

On 21st October 2015 we performed at Union Chapel alongside Owl Parliament and the Deep Throat Choir to help the Robert Grace Trust raise money for their work supporting people living with HIV and their carers.

Prague Pride Parade

On 15th August 2015 we sang and danced our way through the streets of Prague to help celebrate the 5th annual Prague Pride – the largest Pride event in Prague so far!

Prague Pride Concert

On 14th August 2015 we performed alongside The Doodles at Prague’s Nová scéna theatre in a sell-out show for the 5th Prague Pride.

Prague British Embassy

On 13th August 2015, the LGMC performed at the British Embassy in Prague as part of their celebrations for the 5th Annual Prague Pride.

Positive East Summer Concert

On 1st August 2015, the LGMC returned to St Giles in the Field to perform for Positive East, helping them raise vital funds to stop the spread of HIV.

The LGMC take the Stage

Inspired by the ‘Wedding Dresses 1775-2014’ exhibition, we gave a special performance at the V&A on 19th July featuring songs that celebrate love and relationships.

Wren Choral Marathon

On Saturday 27th June 2015, we performed as one of 17 different choirs to take part in the City of London Festival’s Wren Choral Marathon – ours being at the St. Michael Paternoster Royal church.

Pride in London

On 27th June 2015 we once again took to the streets of London to sing and dance our way through the capital as part of the 2015 Pride in London Parade. Thank you to everyone who turned out to see the parade and cheer us on.

Out at Tesco

On 20th June 2015, our ensemble performed at Tesco Metro stores in Covent Garden and Regent Street as part of the countdown to the Pride celebrations for Out at Tesco. Customers were able to watch the performance with a free glass of bubbly!

Hand-in-Hand

On 13th June 2015 we traveled to Brighton for the Hand in Hand LGBT Choir festival. Our boys took part in choral workshops, and a special performance at Brighton Dome with other LGBT choirs to help raise money for local charities including the Sussex Beacon and Lunch Positive.

The Love Show

On 5th and 6th June 2015, the LGMC returned to Cadogan Hall to present The Love Show. We took our audience on a journey through the lows and highs of love, with songs from Beyonce, The Cure and Jon Bon Jovi.

LGMCe with a Spring in their Step

On 10th May the LGMC Ensemble returned to the ArtHouse Cinema in Crouch End for a Springtime treat. Our super talented boys took the audience through a cornucopia of tight harmonies and beautiful ballads, providing the best musical show baaaaaa none!!

Chorus Festival 2015

On 4th April the LGMC performed at the Clore Ballroom as part of the Southbank Centre’s annual choral festival. We even got the audience up singing and dancing along!

Vauxhall Tavern – Talk of London

26th March – The LGMCe performed at the launch of The Talk of London – a series of RVT events featuring special guests at the Vauxhall Tavern.

London Fashion Week

On the 24th February, the LGMC took the stage at London Fashion Week, as part of Anya Hindmarch’s AW15 show – “Diversion”. Dressed in high-vis construction gear and hard hats, our boys surrounded the seating and joined the models on the catwalk to perform for the finale.

The LGMCe…with Bells On!

Following a triumphant, sell out show in the Summer, the London Gay Men’s Chorus Ensemble returned to The Arthouse in Crouch End on 19th December for a Christmas cornucopia!

Calendar Boys

5th & 6th December saw us present another sell-out Christmas show at Cadogan Hall, with special guest star Anna-Jane Casey. Plus dames and dancing!

We are London!

On 12th July 2014 at Union Chapel in London, we presented our ‘We are London!’ show, featuring songs by Madness, Adele and Sia.

You Say Tomato

On 11th June, the London Gay Men’s Chorus and the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus joined forces for one night only, for a transatlantic musical adventure!

Various Voices

In June 2014, the London Gay Men’s Chorus performed in Dublin with a host of other LGBT choirs and choruses in this pan-European choral festival.

Up Close and Personal

On Sunday 1st June 2014, the LGMC Ensemble helped launch the new ArtHouse Cinema in Crouch End.

Celebrate Spring with Positive East & LGMC

In May, the chorus and Positive East celebrated Spring in the beautiful setting of St Giles-in-the-Fields.

Seasons of Love and Music

Rainbow Hamlets presented the London Gay Men’s Chorus, to celebrate their own incredible 23-year story through music and memories.

Hotel Noël

An LGMC Ensemble production, presented at the Cockpit Theatre.

A Nightmare Before Christmas

The LGMC presented an afternoon concert featuring Christmas and Halloween songs at the De La Warr Pavillion in Bexhill on Sea.

The LGMC at the West London Synagogue

A first of it’s kind, the LGMC performed in the West London Synagogue sanitary in a celebration of remembrance as part of World Aids Day 2013.

The Halloween Ball

On 1st and 2nd November 2013, the Chorus presented a scary and frightening concert with the London Gay Big Band featuring La Voix and special guest Maria Freidman.

Hand in Hand

The LGMC sang alongside our sister choirs in London at an event at the Southbank Centre.

London Pride 2013

Pride 2013… the year London got it’s Pride BACK!

Voices Now

The LGMC presented a selection of songs on the theme of heroes, with Only Men Aloud featuring Only Boys Aloud.

Wilding Festival

The LGMC celebrated the life of the Suffragette, Emily Wilding Davison at the St George’s Church, Bloomsbury.

Heroes

Presented by the 160-strong London Gay Men’s Chorus, HEROES celebrated the activists who blazed a trail, the inspirational icons, the people close to us that we admire and love and the many gay people who’ve quietly contributed to the world.

Good Vibrations

A concert to raise funds for Positive East.

Hi-Di-Homo

An LGMC Ensemble production.

Make Mine a Snowball

A festive cocktail of treats for all our audience members! This show was so fantastic, we took it on tour to Bexhill (our first visit there).

Little Shop of Homos

An LGMC Ensemble production that went to the Edinburgh Festival!

Sound!

Celebrating the huge diversity of SOUND, the Chorus explored various singing techniques and rythms. Set in the extraordinary setting of The Union Chapel in Islington.

Songs for Survivors UK

A collaboration project held at Cadogan Hall in aid of Survivors UK.

Make Your Own Kind of Christmas

The boys were spreading good cheer with a festive bag of goodies.

Thoroughly Modern Willie

An LGMC Ensemble production.

World Pride – Warsaw

The Chorus headed over to Warsaw, Poland to perform in the amazing grandeur of The Palace of Culture and to take part in the Pride march!

Seven Deadly Sins

Our first performance at The Roundhouse in Camden. Through song, we took the audience on a ride they would never forget.

SINGderella!

Our first ever foray into pantomime at the wonderful ‘Cardigan Hall’ (Oh no it wasn’t!).

Oklahomo!

An LGMC Ensemble production.

Songs of London

We celebrated our city of wonder at the Shaw Theatre! Songs of London was our contribution to the LGBT Various Voices festival.

There’s No Place Like Homo

An LGMC Ensemble production.

Accentuate the Positive

A special concert at the London Palladium to celebrate 25 years of the Terrence Higgins Trust, with special guest Alison Jiear.