Pink Singers Raise the Roof on World AIDS Day

© Jessica Rowbottom © Jessica Rowbottom
© Jessica Rowbottom © Jessica Rowbottom

T his year’s ‘World AIDS Day Concert’ with The Pink Singers will raise support for the National AIDS Trust, and will include guest singers and Rainbow Singers Across Borders – the Croydon-based voluntary self-help group for LGBT asylum seekers who are fleeing persecution of oppressive homophobic/transphobic regimes.

Over 50 Pink Singers will be singing a mixture of their core repertory and some teasers from their exciting January 2018 concert ‘A Night at the Movies – The Sequel’.

The concert on Friday 1 December 2017 at 7:30pm, will take place at St Pancras Church, Euston Road, NW1 2BA. Ticket donations are £10 on the door or in advance from pinksingers.co.uk.

All the profits raised from both the ticket sales and the bar on the night will go to the amazing National AIDS Trust.

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