Proud sponsors for Brighton Male Voice Choir Festival
Brighton Male Voice Choir Festival
We are delighted to be official sponsors for Brighton Male Voice Choir Festival being held on 6-8 October 2017 in association with Rottingdean Arts. The festival is celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Brighton Male Voice Choir. There will be a choir competition a Gala concert and a smaller concert will be held on the evening of Friday 6 October, commencing at 7.45pm, at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Rottingdean, featuring the visiting German-Canadian Male Chorus of Calgary; St Stythians Male Voice Choir from Cornwall, and Bournemouth Male Voice Choir.
We are also supporting Sussex Nightstop who provide a safety net for young people aged 16-25 at risk of homelessness. Sussex Nightstop train and support volunteer hosts to their spare room to a young person at risk of homelessness, without this first level of assistance it is virtually impossible for the young person to work their way out of this desperate housing situation.
The choir competition and Gala Concert will be held on Saturday 7 October at St George’s Church in the Kemp Town area of Brighton, with capacity for up to 700 people. This is a very popular venue for events.
The event includes a Gala Concert on Saturday 7 October – from 7.00p.m. The Gala Concert will be held at St George’s Church, Kemp Town, Brighton.
International Male Voice Concert
Fri. 6 October, 7.45pm. Venue: Our Lady of Lourdes R.C. Church, Rottingdean.
Light refreshments will be available to purchase throughout the day from the church cafe and the area is well served by a variety of local cafes and restaurants.
Tickets for this concert are currently available online from www.ticketsource.co.uk/rottingdeanarts (booking fee applies).
Please help us support this wonderful uplifting event and charities by coming along!
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