PREVIEW: Actually Gay Men’s Chorus at the Dome

January 10, 2015

David Raven and soprano Samantha Howard will join an impressive line-up of performers in the splendour of the Brighton Dome on Sunday, January 10.


The concert will be raising funds for the national anti-bullying charity, Inclusion for All.

Actually Gay Men’s Chorus will be performing highlights from the classic Gilbert & Sullivan comic opera HMS Pinafore accompanied by the London Gay Symphony Orchestra (LGSO), who will also be performing Camille Saint-Saëns’ musical suite Carnival of the Animals.

Coady Green and Christopher Wayne Smith
Coady Green and Christopher Wayne Smith

Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra will feature international concert pianists Coady Green and Christopher Wayne Smith who will also join the LGSO in a performance of Carnival of the Animals narrated by Miss Jason fresh from his rave reviews “Best Panto Dame I have ever seen” in Panto with X Factor winner Sam Bailey in Aylesbury.

The stunning Laura Wolk-Lewanowicz Mullinger will sing arias from Tosca and Tristan and Isolde, there will be some big band numbers and cabaret legends Jason Sutton (Miss Jason) and David Raven (Maisie Trollette) and soprano, Samantha Howard will be spicing up the evening in their own special way.

Event: Actually Gay Men’s Chorus the London Gay Symphony Orchestra & guests

Where: The Dome, Church Street, Brighton

When: Sunday, January 10

Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: £8 to £25

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