TicketsÂ for Isle choir performance
Tickets are on saleÂ Â for 'An Autumn Evening of Song' - a selection of music to warm your heart and sou performed by an Isle community choir. Â
The Isle Community Choir will return to the Epworth Thurlow Pavilion on Friday 9th November at 7.30pm.
Speaking about the upcoming performance a spokesman for the choir said: 'Musical Director Hannah Doherty will conduct, with keyboard accompaniment from James Longden. Â
'Those who attended the sell-out show last summer will know what to look forward to, as the choir will sing their customary varied programme of folk, pop, gospel and traditional, and there will even be a spot of audience participation for those who fancy joining in the fun.'
Seating will be cabaret style so audience members are encouraged to bring a bottle, some nibbles and some friends and get ready for a night of pure autumn gold.
The choir is gaining an enviable reputation, with the emphasis always on enjoyment, both for singers and audience alike. So if you haven't heard them before, take this opportunity to listen to an accomplished choir that knows how to have fun!
Tickets are on sale priced at Â£5, available from Serendipity, on Epworth High Street (01427 874478), and from 01427 873947. Â
The Isle Community Choir meets everyÂ term timeÂ Wednesday evening at 7.30pm in the hall of St Norbert's Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy.
New members, or anyone just curious to find out more, are always warmly welcomed by the group.
Isle Community Choir provides its members and the local community with opportunities for social, educational and musical experiences through music and singing.Â We have great fun whilst we develop our musical skills and enjoy performing for the local community at events all over the Isle and North Lincolnshire.
We are always looking for new members and we plan to host workshops, collaborating with other choirs, to expand our range and ability.Â With our lively Musical Director and Pianist, anything is possible.
The Choir wishes to thankÂ SSE Windfarms, Epworth Town Council and Crowle Town Council for funding.