Cheddar Male Voice Choir to dazzle in 22nd annual concert

PUBLISHED: 20:00 27 September 2017

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Experience a night to remember with a Somerset choir.

The Cheddar Male Choir, which was founded in 1995, will welcome audiences to their annual concert next month.

The choir will be joined by soloist Francesca Bowkett to help raise funds for the choir charity.

This will be the choir’s 22nd annual concert and promises to be a great celebration of songs from musicals, pop charts, spiritual and traditional male voice songs.

Children’s Hospice South West, Somerset and Dorset Air Ambulance and the Freewheelers Blood Bikers are among the charities the choir has supported over 
the years.

The Cheddar Male Choir annual concert will be at the Kings Of Wessex Theatre, in Station Road, at 7.30pm on October 28.

Tickets cost £8 from Deane’s of Cheddar, in Bath Street, group members and on the door.

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