Friday June 24th 2016
7.30 pm – 10.30 pm
The Street Choirs Festival will be hosting an evening entertainment in Curve main auditorium featuring local artists.
Currently, we have the following artistes appearing:
- John Constantine – will be performing ‘socialist magic’ in the cafe and bar areas of Curve throughout the evening.
Morris dancers will be performing outside in Orton Square
And from 10.30pm – 11.30pm
Relaxing and dancing in the Studio to the music of the Afro City Swingsters
Tickets for the above are on sale for £5 each. If you would like to buy tickets, please contact email@example.com.
We’re lucky enough to have Alun Parry returning to Leicester to play at the Musician next month, and even luckier to be supporting him. Last November’s gig was a great experience for the choir, and Alun’s spot-on political songs went down a storm. Come along and enjoy it with us! Tickets can be bought from the Musician, or from any choir member.
Alun Parry with Red Leicester Choir
The Musician, Crafton St West
Doors at 7.30pm for an 8pm start
Advance tickets: £6 / £4 concessions
Door tickets: £7 / £5 concessions
Red Leicester Choir will be holding a fundraiser for Leicester Friends of Bethlehem, an organisation that creates links between Leicester and Bethlehem and supports Palestinian arts groups, with plenty of singing and lively dancing to Greenshoots Ceilidh Orchestra. There will be a licensed bar and delicious food available at low cost, and it promises to be a rollicking evening as usual!
7.30 – 10.30pm
Saturday 20th April
Ukrainian Hall, corner of Hinckley Rd/Fosse Rd South, Leicester LE3 0QD
We welcome new members at any time, but we are having a special new members’ evening on Wednesday 19 September at 8pm, at the Secular Hall, Humberstone Gate. This will be a chance to listen to a few songs from our repertoire and begin to learn and join in with them too. We are an open-access choir – there are no auditions, and you don’t have to be able to read music. If you’re interested in singing songs for positive political change with friendly people, please come along!