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‘Pull a cracker’ Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus@The Dome

Michael Hydes December 12, 2016

Once again the Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus have led us into the Christmas spirit with their annual Christmas show. This year the show was called ‘Pull a Cracker’ and was certainly full of the sparkle and snappy explosions you expect from a good box of Christmas Crackers. It was great to be back at the Dome Concert Hall as it has the excellent acoustics that show off the lad’s talents to the max.

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TONIGHT: ‘Pull a Cracker’ with Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus at the Dome

James Ledward December 10, 2016

Back by popular demand, the country’s biggest gay men’s chorus outside London returns to the Dome to celebrate the festive season. Pull a Cracker with Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus and peek behind the scenes in Santa’s grotto, where the elves will be taking centre stage, and working their magic to see that everybody gets what they want.

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REVIEW: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs: The Dome

October 8, 2016

Early on in the show Cumming invites us to ‘open your heart and take off your judgey hat’ – complete anathema to a critic – yet by the close my heart was indeed filled with no small measure of love for my fellow man, and my ‘judgey hat’ (a fur-lined fedora if you must know) had been tossed recklessly to the floor. This is a spectacularly entertaining evening of cabaret and confessional sprinkled liberally with some showbiz anecdotes.

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Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus join Alan Cumming on stage

Graham Robson September 26, 2016

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) will join iconic stage actor and performer Alan Cumming on stage for two numbers at the Brighton Dome in October. On top of his myriad of accomplishments and accolades, Alan Cumming has been hailed by Time Magazine as one of the most fun people in show business!

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LGBT Choir Festival receives funding boost

James Ledward April 24, 2015

The Hand In Hand LGBT Choir Festival, taking place this summer from June 12-14, has received a huge boost in national recognition. Firstly, the National Lottery’s Big Lottery Fund agreed to provide a significant grant to support the event. Shortly afterward, Co-Operative Funeralcare agreed to get on board as the headline sponsor.

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