Bedford Arts Choir Bring a Friend For Free Night!



Bedford Arts Choir Bring a Friend For Free Night!


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This Autumn we will be working on a new commission commemorating World War 1 in collaboration with the British Legion, No Loss Theatre Company and local composer Sophie Viney.

There will be a performance of the work including two new compositions, contemporary arrangements of 1st World War songs and readings of wartime letters and poetry from Bedfordshire.

Join us at the beginning of this exciting new commission!

No experience necessary. No auditions. Just turn up, meet new people and sing great local music.

Rehearsals are every Tuesday evening, 7.30pm to 9.30pm, at Park Road Methodist Church, Bedford. £3 per session.

Contact us by phone or email for more information.

Must be a new person not a regular to come for free!


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