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Fri 25 Jun, 2010
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Join the London Gay Mens Chorus for a weekend of "Seven Deadly Sins" starting tonight at the roundhaouse from 20:00pm tonight at the Roundhouse on Chalk Farm Road,

The concert is in support of the Albert Kennedy Trust, A charity set up to ensure that all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people are able to live in accepting, supportive and caring homes, by providing a range of services to meet the individual needs of those who would otherwise be homeless or living in a hostile environment

The London Gay Men's Chorus is now, with around 190 singing members, Europe’s largest and best known gay choir. Its aim is to challenge preconceptions – both musical and social – through a widely varying repertoire, from classical music to folk, jazz, pop, R&B and show tunes. The Chorus has performed around the UK, including at the London Palladium, the Dome, Cadogan Hall, Royal Albert Hall and the Southbank Centre, and they’ve toured in the United States, France, Italy, Canada, Spain, Finland, Ireland and Australia.

As well as performing at the Roundhouse, the Chorus will also be taking the Seven Deadly Sins to Warsaw in July, as part of Europride 2010.

To book tickets visit the LGMC website or go straight to the roundhouse website by clicking the link below:


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