The Choir with No Name Brighton, is returning to Brighton Dome on Tuesday 6 December for The Big Christmas Singalong.
The event has become an annual highlight in the Brighton Christmas calendar, with audience members coming back year after year to enjoy festive favourites, from ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ to ‘White Christmas’ and everything in between.
This year the Choir with No Name will be joined at the unique feel-good event by special guests SK Shlomo, Sambaoke and Rock Choir.
Tickets are selling fast, but are still available at the Brighton Dome website.
They cost £14 or £8 with concessions. All profits and donations from the night support the choir to continue.
The Choir with No Name Brighton involves people who have experienced homelessness and marginalisation. It opened its doors in August 2018 and is run in partnership with BHT Sussex
They rehearse every Monday at All Saints Church in Hove, with each rehearsal followed by a hot meal together, cooked by a team of volunteers. Members have the opportunity to make friends, learn new skills and grow in confidence, all through the power of singing together as part of a supportive and joyful choir community.
Andy Winter, Chief Executive of BHT Sussex, said:
“I have known several members of the Choir for many years, seeing them at their lowest ebb and now as confident individuals, thanks largely to the Choir. Being part of this amazing Choir family has transformed their lives.”
Anna Hardy, Choir Manager of the Choir with No Name Brighton, said:
“I am super excited for the Christmas Singalong! Rehearsing each week is an utter joy, to be in a room with such amazing people, singing, eating and laughing together. We can’t wait to share the joy with you all.”
Photo: BHT Sussex/Choir with No Name Brighton