Big Worle Showbiz Choir presents A Better World

PUBLISHED: 14:00 12 June 2014

The BigWorle Choir at Becket Primary School, Worle.

The BigWorle Choir at Becket Primary School, Worle.


THE premier of Big Worle Showbiz Choir’s new work will be held at Priory Community School.

A Better World, composer by Ray Saunders, will be held together by a series of brief narrations, each with choral backing from the choir.

The cantata traces the story of two refugees in their journey to a better life in the United States. It is based upon Ray’s story of his ancestors in the late 19th century but is applicable to all societies.

The cantata, which consists of 13 memorable songs, will form one half of the concert and the other half will be well-known songs from films and musicals, including Do You Hear The People Sing from Les Miserables, The Impossible Dream from Man Of La Mancha and What A Wonderful World from Good Morning Vietnam.

The show will be on July 19 at 7pm. Tickets, priced £6, are available by calling 07506294741.

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