HAVE you always fancied singing but never had the confidence?
If so, come along to St Andrews Church, Waterloo Street, Hove on January 28th from 8pm, where The Actually Gay Men’s Chorus will be holding an open evening for you to check out if you would enjoy singing with a gay choir.
Don’t worry if you can’t read music or haven’t sung since school, just go along along, have a chat, a drink and make some new friends.
at London Pride
Actually pianists set a historic world record with Himalayas Performance!
Coady Green, Artistic Director for Actually Gay Men’s Chorus and his partner Christopher Wayne Smith, both internationally award-winning classical pianists have made the record books by performing two massive symphonies for piano duet, 3600 meters above sea level at the Thikse Monastery, the biggest monastery in the Himalayas. It’s on record as the highest ever publicly attended classical music concert in history.
See our Press/PR page for full story!
It will be anchors away for Actually Gay Men’s Chorus tenor and international sailing official, Alan Baser at the end of October.Alan is embarking on his most prestigious role to date, taking the helm as Chief Umpire at the ISAF Sailing World Cup final in Abu Dhabi, October 27 to November 1.
See our Press Release page for the full story!
Halloween Preparations Underway!
Halloween preparations are really taking shape and today (5th Sept) a spellbinding rehearsal took place, when some of the Actually boys, were made extremely welcome, by the Isle of Wight Gay Men's Chorus, at a rehearsal in Ryde on the Isle of Wight for 'Demons Are A Ghouls Best Friend', being performed on Saturday 31st October at the Latest Music Bar Brighton, raising money for Inclusion For All
Proud to march in London Pride!
Actually were proud to march in London Pride with
Inclusion for All on 27th June.
The boys had a great day supporting Shaun Dellenty, IFA and London Pride!
The Chorus were proud to present Inclusion For All with a cheque for £1408.40, raised from recent performances and fundraising activities.
Shaun Dellenty and Mike Donovan from IFA were on hand to receive the funds which were raised to help tackle homophobic bullying and language in schools. Shaun said “IFA is incredibly honored and grateful to be partnered with the inspirational Actually Chorus again this year. The funds raised through Actually’s concert performances will help fund IFA’s anti-LGBT bullying theatre in eduction tour, delivering vital messages about difference, diversity and acceptance to whole school communities.”
Well done to everyone who joined Bear Patrol on 30th May and raised money for the Rainbow Fund, including Chorus members, Colin, Jonathan, Aaron and Chris and Chorus patron, Jason Sutton, aka Miss Jason.