Actually Gay Men's Chorus

When Brooklyn meets Brighton, 'I Got Rhythm' promises to be an evening of Big Apple inspired songs both old and new.

Featuring amongst others, songs of Leonard Bernstein and Irving Berlin, this show promises the best of Broadway and more recent music from the movies of Manhattan.

The Chorus is delighted to be welcoming back their own symbol of Liberty, Maisie Trollette, who will be performing and presenting on the night whilst guest soprano, Karen Orchin will be making her St Andrew’s debut, all under the baton of Musical Director Jason Pimblett.

18th April 2015 - 7.30pm. St Andrews Church, Waterloo Street, Hove
Tickets available online, and from Iron Duke pub, Waterloo Street Hove and Bulldog
St James Street, Brighton

Click here to book tickets online

Spinning the King Pin...............

The boys had a well deserved break from rehearsing for the Spring show when some of them went bowling
at Brighton Bowlplex.

Plenty of strikes, a couple of Turkey's and a Brooklyn Hit all of course accompanied by a
couple of beverages!

Brighton Frocks................

The boys had a fantastic time supporting Miss Jason and SImon Puttock for Brighton Frocks which raised money for Sussex Beacon.

During the evening there were performances from London entertainers La Voix and Sandra and we were privileged to open the second half for an amazing event.

Come into the Parlour...........
A very warm welcome awaited us when we arrived at Brighton Town Hall, from the current Mayor and Mayoress of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Brian Fitch and his wife Norah Fitch

Runner up for our "Queen of the Desert"

The chorus are absolutely thrilled to be awarded "runner up" out of over 80 floats at Brighton Pride 2014.

With the help of our resident expert designer Patrick Bullock, we spent our Sunday's through June and July designing, sticking and pasting to produce a disco explosion.

Freedom to live and Freedom to sing!
Thrilled to receive an invitation for a reception in the Mayors Parlour, members of both Choruses arrived expectantly outside the grade 1 listed building in Bartholomew Square on Wednesday 3rd September.

We were duly shown inside and ushered up the grand staircase to where Brian and Norah were waiting to greet each of us individually and to offer us a glass of wine and refreshments from the buffet, (Norah was pleased to point out that she had got rainbow cookies especially for us).
We were made to feel incredibly welcome and privileged during our visit and wish Brian and Norah a very happy and successful year in office. Needless to say their diary includes 23rd December at St Andrew's where we hope to make them feel equally welcome.