We are delighted to be taking part in this year’s BIG CHRISTMAS SING in Truro Cathedral. The event is run on behalf of Christian Aid each year and is very popular.
We look forward to sharing the programme with
Connor Downs School and The Grenaways
Why not join us?
Weekly rehearsals begin again this Thursday, 3 September, after our summer break in August. We’ll be getting ready for our next concert, which is on Saturday 19 September at All Saints Church in Falmouth, and hoping that everything hasn’t been forgotten since July!
We’ve all been getting ready for the concert tonight at Budock Church in various ways. The Beatroots have arrived from Oxford and spent much of the day on the beach!
Image from The Beatroots facebook page
Looking forward to an entertaining evening. It starts at 7.30pm.
Tomorrow, Wednesday 10 June, we have a concert at Gwennap Church as part of their summer evening concert series. It starts at 7.30pm.
Later in the month, on Saturday 27th, we are at Budock Church, and will be joined by The Beatroots from Oxford. They are an a cappella group of nine Oxford University postgraduates who sing their own imaginative arrangements of pop songs, combining harmonies and vocal percussion with a splash of humour.
“Wicked blend…a professional and entertaining performance”
Clare Wheeler, The Swingle Singer
“Totally captivating… stunning sound, awesome groove and beautifully precise tone”
More about The Beatroots can be found on their Facebook page, along with some newly uploaded videos if you fancy a preview.
We’re looking forward to our concert in Hatherleigh tomorrow evening.
It starts at 7.30pm in Hatherleigh Methodist Church. We’re being joined by The Glee Singers.
More information available via http://www.hatherleigh.net/events.asp
Tomorrow is our first Christmas event of the year. We’re singing carols at The Coppice Inn, Lanner, as part of the village’s Christmas lights festivities. The lights are being switched on at 7pm in The Square, and we’ll be starting about 7.30, to give people the time to wend their way down the long length of Lanner to The Coppice.
The day is finally here! Tonight’s our first performance of Ocean World.
Here’s some photos from the dress rehearsal on Tuesday.
The 15ft whale arrived in the church on Wednesday wrapped in cling film, but before long was looking pretty with lights but will have to wait until later today to see it hanging up in all it’s glory.
Construction of the whales and octopus for the church are under way, by local artist Kate Beesley, and promise to be spectacular.
The frame of the baby whale.
For the octopus Kate was aided by Melissa and Bernadette of 1st St Stythians Guides.
They’re going to look amazing lit up in the church.