London Gay Men’s Chorus Ensemble unveil Christmas show

London Gay Men's Chorus Ensemble

“Twas the night before Christmas and the boys had a show – or they were meant to, you see, but it had started to snow…”

Following a hugely successful sell-out tour at the Prague Fringe Festival earlier this year, the LGMCe, a small ensemble from the London Gay Men’s Chorus, are back with Homo Alone, a tongue-in-cheek show full of festive tunesThe LGMCe, accompanied and directed by Artistic Director Simon Sharp, present a Christmas show full of breathtaking harmonies and sparkling vocals – guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit!

The LGMCe is part of the London Gay Men’s Chorus – Europe’s largest male voice choir. For 25 years, the LGMC has been entertaining, inspiring and educating through song – performing to the highest technical standard and regularly playing to sell-out crowds at some of London’s finest concert halls. The chorus recently performed a spectacular silver jubilee gala show to close the Being a Man Festival at the Southbank Centre, playing to a packed-out Royal Festival Hall earlier this month.

Homo Alone is a unique chance to catch the LGMCe in this intimate venue for three performances only.

Homo Alone will be performed at Lost Theatre, Stockwell, on 10 (5pm & 8pm) and 11 December (5pm). Tickets at £12/£14 available from losttheatre.co.uk



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