Christmas Social

We had a party with food, drink and a bit of singing for ourselves, friends and partners. It took place in the hall where we still rehearse.

Bit of a natter

Carl & Sé


Bit of a sing song thing going on.
Christmas social 2


Matthew, Michael (in the days before being clean shaven) and Liam
Matt, Michael & Liam

"Brother's Keeper" at the Sallis Benny Theatre, Grand Parade, Brighton

A World AIDS Day Concert intending to embrace all aspects of the local community.

Bother's Keeper cover.1

Brother's Keeper inside


Brother's Keeper part 1


Brother's Keeper part 2


Brother's Keeper performers

GLAM Arts Festival Concert with the Pink Singers

The Gay and Lesbian Arts and Media Festival was a registered charity whose objects were to advance the education of the LGBT communities in the arts, particularly through education, training, exhibition, production and performance.

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As our contribution to this, we invited the Pink Singers down from London to perform with us the Pavilion Theatre, New Road, Brighton - the programme was as follows:

Rainbow Chorus
Our Time
Don't Fence Me In
I Feel Pretty
Imbube
On Children
Bulgarian Carol
Bridge Over Troubled Water

Pink Singers
Uptown Girl
My Sweet Little Darling
The Silver Swan
Will Ye Go, Lassie Go
That's What Friends Are For
Anvil Chorus
Prince Igor
Every Time We Say Goodbye

We joined forces to close the show with There's No Business Like Show Business and Happy Together.

An entertaining evening of songs as part of The Brighton Festival

Our regular performance featured special guests 'Marimba' - five Brighton women singing lyrical and political songs a capella; sadly no longer performing as far as we know.

The programme can be seen
here.

Elvis Presley Band at the Brighton Centre

This was a performance with the Elvis Presley's original backing band and singers ("The Sweet Temptations"). We performed two numbers "Bridge over troubled water" and "American Trilogy". It is remembered as something very special.

The picture here shows the choir at the left of the stage and a virtual Elvis towering over all!

Singing with Elvis

The Sanctuary

This apparently was a bit of a squeeze onto a tiny stage - we were trying to link colours with the music. It was an idea that didn't last long...