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Celebrate Queer Xmas with the Sunday Boys

Celebrate Queer Xmas with the Sunday Boys

What does Christmas mean to you? 

Join The Sunday Boys for an evening of music, singing and reflection as they team up with Anglican priest, poet, writer and broadcaster Rachel Mann to explore their very own take on the festive period and what Christmas means to us. Re-imagining the traditional nine lessons and carols, The Sunday Boys embark on a queer exploration of the values and personal experience of Christmas. 

The evening will feature a varied and exciting programme of original composition and arrangements such as; Hope There’s Someone by Anthony and the Johnsons, No man is an Island by Chris Hutchings and the body is a choir room by Michael Betteridge. The festivities will be thoughtfully articulated with readings from Rachel Mann and an array of special guests.

The Sunday Boys are Manchester’s male voice sensation, an unauditioned, inclusive male voice choir on a mission to reinvent male voice singing for the 21st century.

St James & Emmanuel, Didsbury

Saturday at 7:30 PM – 10 PM

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Published: 13-Dec-2018

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