London’s magnificent and quintessentially fabulous LGBT+ choir, The Pink Singers, are celebrating 35 years of making music together with some of their favourite songs selected by choir members.

Pink-Singers-00561Pink Singers are Europe’s longest established LGBT+ choir, bringing people together through the unique power of song. Since 1983 they have been at the forefront of the LGBT community and have taken their message of harmony, diversity and fun across the UK, Europe, Asia and North America.

There have been so many Pinkie fairy dust moments: singing at St Pancras Church in the aftermath of the Orlando nightclub shooting; marching in the first Maltese Pride March in Valletta; numerous Prides in Trafalgar Square; standing by Mumbai’s first LGBT+ choir, to name just a few.

Over 80 singers are now heading east to the People’s Palace on the Mile End Road for a special concert of their favourite music: songs from Adele, the Carpenters, Elgar, Fleetwood Mac, Nirvana, Cole Porter, and many others. So come and celebrate their 35th birthday!

It’ll be a night to remember, featuring special guests from Exeter – Spectrum Choir! Devon’s first and only LGBT+ choir. This concert will be BSL interpreted. Group discounts are available. Please call the Box Office on 01206 573948 to book wheelchair spaces.

Pink Singers’ MIXTAPE – Saturday 16 June 2018, 7:30pm
The People’s Palace, Queen Mary University of London, E1 4NS.
Book tickets here.

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