The choir were proud to collaborate with Wolverhampton’s Central Youth Theatre on a theatrical performance to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armistice & Remembrance.
See Express & Star Remembrance Day 2018 events.
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From 10am on Saturday 30th June, Central Youth Theatre will be performing ‘Down our street’ at Wolverhampton Art Gallery followed by a short (c. 45 minutes) concert by our choir to celebrate Armed Forces Day. We will be performing the Dambusters March, White Cliffs of Dover, Battle Hymn, A Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square, Let there be peace on Earth, Keep the home fires burning, Lest we forget, plus a few solo pieces.
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