Dublin Gay Men's Chorus to mark 10th anniversary with exciting concert

The group is excited to return to the stage and will host its summer concert - 'Sing Once More.'

Image of the Gay Men's Chorus performing.
Image: Via Dublin Gay Men's Chorus Facebook

The Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus returns to the stage this summer after live performances were paused for more than two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus is Ireland’s only all-male gay choir and offers a wide variety of fun music. It brings men from many different backgrounds together to share their passions for music and singing with the world. The group typically performs a concert during the summer and again during the Christmas season. The organisation also celebrate its 10th anniversary this year as it was founded back in 2012.

The chorus will host their summer concert ‘Sing Once More’ this Sunday, June 19 from 5:30-7:30 pm. The event will be held at St Ann’s Church of Ireland on Dawson Street. Tickets are €15.00 and can be purchased on Eventbrite.

The musical selection will include pieces from shows, movies and modern music. It will also highlight previous performances by the chorus to commemorate their 10th anniversary.

The chorus will also be joined by some incredible hosts from the RTÉ One soap opera, Fair City, to help celebrate the evening. Clelia Murphy is an Irish actress who starred in the series for several seasons. Claudia Carroll also made appearances on the series but is also well known for her works as an Irish author.

Flyer for Dublin Gay Men's Chorus summer concert

The Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus recently had its first performance outdoors this May. The men sang at the Australian Ambassador’s Residence attracting a great crowd. Their charity partner for this event was the Switchboard which offers resources and support for the LGBTQ+ community.

If you are looking for some additional events to attend during Pride month the Body & Soul Festival will begin on June 17. You can also check out a list of 7 rising LGBTQ+ artists.

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