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Free special lockdown gig from Sunday Boys

Free special lockdown gig from Sunday Boys

Join The Sunday Boys as we take to the (digital) stage in this FREE special lockdown gig!

You just can’t keep a good choir down. The Sunday Boys may be temporarily confined to quarters, but we’ve been working hard on putting together this exciting, digital gig packed full of Sunday Boy classics. The gig will include a  brand spanking new composition from our Artistic Director, Michael Betteridge, exploring the special friendships that can occur between women and gay men, with thoughtful and touching lyrics from Rebecca Hurst that were inspired through workshops between The Sunday Boys and Meraki choir. We’ll  also be featuring a new lockdown arrangement of I Want To Break Free, featuring soloists and instrumentals from within the choir. This gig is sure to offer plenty of feel good vibes! 

Expect appearances from special guests as The Sunday Boys serenade you with all they have during this lockdown gig. So make a date with The Sunday Boys by joining us on the day on YouTube. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel!  

Put your feet up, grab your favourite tipple and join The Sunday Boys as they embark on their first ever fully digital performance. 

The Sunday Boys are an unauditioned, inclusive choir for gay men and their allies that rehearse on Sunday evenings. We sing the songs together that we love as individuals.  We come together to sing, and in doing so we meet new people, build great friendships and deliver an exciting programme of gigs throughout the year.  

Register your intention to attend on the day via the link in this link. We'll then be able to remind you on the day and send you a free digital programme. 

Sat 25th July, 7.30

FREE

www.youtube.com/thesundayboys

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Published: 23-Jul-2020

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