Join the Bristol Show Choir this termPosted on: 15 Aug 2017
Get your hands on some of the razzle-dazzle offered by the Bristol Show Choir, who are currently recruiting enthusiastic singers for the exciting schedule they have ahead.
Has your weekly timetable been lacking some musical inspiration? Are your show-tuneless evenings beginning to blend into one?
Inject some of the magic of the stage back into your life by joining the Bristol Show Choir, the city’s number one musical theatre singing collective!
Following an immensely successful first two terms, which has seen the choir perform at The Bristol Hippodrome and the University of Bristol’s students’ union, they are back for the autumn with more of the West End and Broadway songs that have become their trademark.
All of these tunes are performed a cappella and led by professional conductors Douglas V. Watts and Jessica Samuel, and will be given an airing at shows at the Bierkeller and the Bradford Music Festival at the end of the Autumn term.
The big news this time around is that a whole new branch of the BSC is launching in Clifton, adding to the choir which already rehearses in Southville.
The Southville choir will meet between 7pm-9pm on Tuesday evenings from the 5th September at Factory 8 on Upton Road, while the brand new Clifton leg of the choir will rehearse between 7pm-9pm every Thursday evening at the Bristol Improv Theatre on St Paul’s Road.
Each session costs £8 – after an initial taster session, which is completely free.
To join the Bristol Show Choir, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website.
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