SUNDAY 16 DECEMBER, 7PM LATEST MUSICBAR, MANCHESTER STREET, BRIGHTON
We're back at the Latest Musicbar for another festive feast of mashups and mayhem. Banish those winter blues with some Hawaiian hilarity, seasonal silliness, special guests and songs old and new!
We've got some amazing guests lined up for you this year...
GIN AND HARMONICS - London’s favourite gin-based harmony group. Recipients of an Outstanding Performance award in the Voice Festival UK final in 2016, this group of friends are united by their love of a cappella and, well, gin! (www.ginandharmonics.wordpress.com)
THE TWO WRONGIES - a welcome return from this daring double act bringing their unique mix of dance, comedy and general silliness. Expect lunges, rock music and air ukulele!
With our fabulous compere STELLA PINT - the teetotal bio drag queen from Scarborough. A regular on the Brighton drag circuit (KINGDOM, Female Trouble, King of the Fringe, Stella Pint Presents). Pairing acerbic wit with northern charm, this handsome queen will tie you up in knots and disarm you with her imposing décolletage. (Instagram: stella.pint)
We're thrilled to be helping our friends at Hullabaloo celebrate their 20th birthday!
In celebration of twenty years of choral harmonising Hullabaloo are kicking off two days of vocal revelry with a gig at the Sallis Benney Theatre.
Hullabaloo has a reputation for innovative musical collaborations and for their 20th Birthday gig they will be revisiting some of their favourites. There will be guest appearances from The Galleons, Robb Johnson, Qukulele, Su Hart and Roy Hutchins, all MC’d by poet and crowd energiser extraordinaire Michael James Parker.
The gig will be followed on Saturday by a Harmony Singing workshop and an evening Ceilidh.
Brighton & Hove World AIDS Day Charity Concert 2018
SATURDAY 1 DECEMBER, 7pm ST MARY'S CHURCH, KEMPTOWN
For the 12th successive year, Brighton & Hove’s LGBT choirs and musicians are joining forces to put on their annual World Aids Day fundraising concert.
The venue, St. Mary’s Church in Kemptown, is a 2 minute walk from the Aids Memorial and the concert is timed to start after the vigil and reading of the names.
2018’s line-up is still being finalised, but performing last year were: Actually Gay Men’s Chorus, Brighton Belles, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus, Rainbow Chorus, Rebelles, Resound Male Voices, The Sweet ChilliSingers and Qukulele.
All profits from ticket sales, as well as a bucket collection on the door, will be donated to Lunch Positive.