Northampton Male Voice Choir is challenging the men of Northamptonshire to join them and the wonderful local soprano, Emily Haig in a concert at the Spinney Hill Theatre, Northampton on 14 April 2018 to raise money for PROSTATE CANCER UK.

To launch this challenge, the choir is holding two open evenings at the Northampton Saints Rugby Ground, Franklins Gardens on 1 and 8 February. You’ll be invited to learn to sing two songs over an 8-week period with the help of training by our charismatic Musical Director, Stephen Bell. At the end of the 8 weeks you’ll be ready to take to the stage with Northampton Male Voice Choir and perform the songs at our concert in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

Northampton Male Voice Choir is a registered charity with a long tradition of raising money for local charities, over £100,000 in the last 5 years, so it is very appropriate that a male choir should be raising money for Prostate Cancer research.

Singing in a choir is great for your health, too, with many benefits including a reduced risk of heart disease, improved breathing and positive effects on your immune system.

Interested?

If you think you might be interested, why not come along to one of our open evenings (1 and 8 February) and enjoy a free beer while finding out more about this fantastic opportunity and meeting choir members. To secure your place at the open evening of your choice just get in touch with our Chairman, John Waller on 07989 387752 or jwaller7@btinternet.com