A TAUNTON choir will host the concert of the famous City of Bath Male Choir next week.
The popular Good Afternoon Choir will host the show on Saturday, March 19 at Temple Methodist Church.
The City of Bath Choir was founded by Grenville Jones in 2007 and they made headlines when they reached the finale of BBC’s popular Saturday night series ‘Last Choir Standing’.
Since then, the choir has participated in many tours around the world.
They have performed at gigs across the UK and Europe, taking part in a hugely successful tour of Japan in 2014, with their final tour being Boston, USA in 2019.
They performed as guests at Menin Gate on Remembrance Sunday 2018.
Later this year they will visit Nashville.
Taunton’s popular Good Afternoon Choir is led by Chris Grabham with over 60 enthusiastic members busy preparing their program for the concert.
It will support the Freewheelers Blood Bikes and Refugee Aid From Taunton, charities chosen by the choir members.
There are no auditions to join and members of the Taunton Good Afternoon Choir come from around town and the surrounding area. They meet every Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. at Temple Methodist Church.
Everyone is invited to come and meet Chris and the members of the choir.
There are 20 Good Afternoon Choirs across the West of England.
Tickets for next week’s event cost £10 and can be purchased from members of the Taunton Good Afternoon Choir or by calling 01761 472468 – they will be available at the door on the evening of the concert, from 7pm.