Bridgnorth plays pop!

Bridgnorth Community Pop Choir is a thriving local choir with over 50 members and, since its formation in 2014, it has raised thousands for local charities at its concerts. The choir is always open to new members and would like to offer the opportunity for people to come along and try it out – and an open rehearsal on Sunday 18 March will allow people to come along and give it a go.

Musical director Simon Whitmore explains, “The choir is really relaxed; it’s just great fun to come along, have a sing, make new friends and help raise money for good causes. The choir is inter-generational so all ages attend, men and women. We sing songs from the Beatles to Ed Sheeran so there’s something for everyone.”

The rehearsal is at St Leonard’s Hall, Racecourse Drive from 6pm to 7pm. If you’d like to come, call 07904 556764 or email the-music-hub@live.co.uk.

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