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PREVIEW: ‘It’s Actually Christmas’ from Actually Gay Men’s Chorus

November 4, 2018

The annual Christmas offering from Actually Gay Men’s Chorus (AGMC) this year is It’s Actually Christmas. The Christmas extravaganza, always one of the highlights of the LGBT+ Christmas season, will pack St Andrew’s Church, Waterloo Street to the rafters on Saturday, December 22 from 8pm.

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Actually Gay Men’s Chorus welcomes new members

Besi Besemar May 1, 2018

Do you want to sing in an all male chorus with other gay men? Some people join Actually Gay Men’s Chorus simply because they love to sing and perform. Others join because they strongly believe in the ongoing mission of the chorus for acceptance, equality, and individuality.

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‘Bring on the men’ tomorrow, with Actually Gay Men’s Chorus at St Andrew’s Church

Besi Besemar April 7, 2017

Join Actually Gay Men’s Chorus on Saturday, April 8 for Bring On The Men and flex a little muscle in a celebration of music and masculinity. Enjoy an eclectic evening of song which recognises some of music’s leading men, the dashing and devilish characters, award-winning songwriters and lyricists, who inspire audiences with more than a dash of testosterone.

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PICTURE DIARY: Dignitaries attend first performance of new LGBT song cycle

Besi Besemar April 3, 2016

Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Lynda Hyde, the High Sheriff of East Sussex, Michael Foster and Peter Kyle, MP for Hove & Portslade were among the dignitaries attending the first performance of The Seven Doors of Danny at St Andrew Church, Hove last night.

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PREVIEW: ‘Masquerade’ featuring Miss Jason

Besi Besemar June 3, 2015

A Pride performance from Actually Gay Men’s Chorus! The build up to Pride 2015 sees a welcome return and pairing, as cabaret star and current holder of Golden Handbag, Favourite Entertainer, Miss Jason joins forces once again with Actually Gay Men’s Chorus, in what is becoming a bit of a Pride tradition.

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PREVIEW: ‘Out of the Woods’ with Resound Male Voices

Besi Besemar May 12, 2015

Resound Male Voices, a Brighton & Hove based male singing group, will be performing with the Rebelles at Out of the Woods: Music at Midsummer, a magical evening of vocal music loosely set in a Scandinavian midsummer forest on June 20. The choirs, both led by opera singer and vocal coach, Stefan Holmström, will be performing a beautiful Swedish setting of the Shakespeare sonnet Shall I Compare Thee To A Summer’s Day by Nils Lindberg along with bossa nova, folk music from Sweden and Ireland and songs by Irving Berlin, Jobim, Pink Martini, Benjamin Britten and Gershwin among others.

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MUSIC REVIEW: I Got Rhythm: Actually Gay Men’s Chorus

Besi Besemar May 1, 2015

The Actually Gay Men’s Chorus returned to top form with a beautifully staged show I Got Rhythm, at St Andrews Church in Hove on Saturday, April 18. The church was packed, with standing room only and graced by the attendance of the Mayor and Mayoress of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Brian Fitch and his wife Nora. After many heady years of success, the choir has been going through a period of rebuilding during the last 12 months. It was wonderful to see them back to 40 voices strong and in great voice.
The main feature that always set this choir apart from the other LGBT choirs in the city was the wall of sound they produced when they sang.

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