Tonight, Saturday, April 18, Brooklyn bursts into Brighton as Actually Gay Mens Chorus pay tribute to the city that doesn’t sleep.
THEIR latest show, I Got Rhythm finds the boys brushing’ off their tails for an evening of music and song celebrating the dreams that made New York iconic.
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.
Money raised from this show will once again be supporting Inclusion For All and the work that they do addressing homophobic bullying in schools.
I Got Rhythm will be performed at St Andrew’s Church, Waterloo Street, Hove on Saturday April 18 at 7.30pm.
Event: I Got Rhythm with Actually Gay Men’s Chorus
Where: St Andrew’s Church, Waterloo Street, Hove
When: Saturday, April 18
Cost: £12 /£10concessions
To book tickets online, click here:
Or buy from the Bulldog on St James Street or the Iron Duke on Waterloo Street.