The London gay Men’s Chorus is to celebrate it’s 15th birthday with a concert on 29th of April at Cadogan Hall, Sloane Square in London.

“We’ll be performing lots of old favourites and things that we’re often requested to sing” said ,a member of the choir for 12 years. The programme includes music ranging from Faure’s “Cantique de Jean Racine” to Rogers and Hammer stein’s “Keep it Gay!”

Since it’s founding in 1991 by 6 original members, the London Gay Men’s Chorus has grown to over 160 singers. And concert venues have grown to match – from pubs and clubs to the West End Stage, and BBC radio concerts reaching thousands of listeners all over the world.

Greg Battle, Chairman of The London Gay Men’s Chorus said: “We like to describe ‘The First Fifteen’ as a forward-looking retrospective. We’re very proud of

what we’ve achieved in our first fifteen years, but ultimately we’ve got so

much more we want to do as we move into our second fifteen.” To this end, the choir will unveiled it’s new logo and branding at the birthday concert.

“This concert is a chance to celebrate, Mr Battle enthused. “it’s a chance to relfect on our past, and plan for our future”