On Sunday (3 July), Rock Choir will be performing at Eastbourne’s Congress Theatre.
More than 400 members from Battle, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Eastbourne, Haywards Heath, Hove and Lewes, will be involved in two exciting shows in support of local charities, St Wilfred’s Hospice and The Aiden Goodwin Foundation.
Each show will consist of uplifting, feel-good, contemporary hits such as Queen’s ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’, Jess Glynne’s ‘Hold My Hand’, Erasure’s ‘A Little Respect’ and many more.
Rock Choir leader Charlotte Fane said, “We are extremely excited to be performing at the Congress Theatre and we are delighted to be supporting both St Wilfred’s Hospice and The Aiden Goodwin Foundation. It certainly promises to be a memorable and momentous event for all involved. Our matinee show is at 2.30pm and our evening performance starts at 7.30pm.”
Rock Choir is the UK’s largest contemporary choir, with in excess of 23,000 members in over 320 local communities. There are no auditions and no requirements to read music or have any previous singing experience. Rock Choir members get together each week to attend fun, friendly rehearsals where they are taught specially arranged pop, rock and chart songs. There are lots of exciting performances throughout the year and many of them help raise money for charity.