Bolton Cancer Voices are looking forward to sharing their love of music and spreading some festive spirit with two exciting concerts in the run up to Christmas.
The North West’s first dedicated Choir for cancer patients and cancer survivors, can be seen in concert at The Barlow, Edgworth, on Sunday 4th December, 7.15pm; when they are presenting ‘Mulled Wine, Mince Pies and Music’.
Tickets priced £8-00, with complimentary refreshments, are available from the Ticket Secretary on 01204 883977 and in person from the Office at The Barlow.
In a change from the usual annual activities of the Choir, ‘Christmas at the Rock’ will see them joining forces with the legendary Northern folk group – The Houghton Weavers.
This concert takes place on Saturday, 10th December at 7.30pm, in the wonderful surroundings of Bury Parish Church, The Rock, Bury
Tickets priced £10-00 are available from the Ticket Secretary or in person from the House on the Rock Café at Bury Parish Church, BL9 0LA.
Karen Elliott, Chair of Bolton Cancer Voices said: -
‘We decided to have a break from our annual ‘Jingle Bell Sing-A-Long’ concert this year and take the opportunity to do something different.
We’re delighted to be appearing at The Barlow; it’s a gem of a venue and an absolute hive of activity! With only 105 tickets for the event, it will be a lovely intimate setting; for which we’ve put together a beautiful programme of timeless carols and ever popular Christmas songs to get everyone in the festive spirit.
Then to be appearing alongside the iconic Houghton Weavers the following week is an exceptional opportunity. Their show business career spans decades and they have an enduring appeal to audiences everywhere. We have some great music lined up for the event and I’m sure everyone will go home attuned to Christmas, with a song in their heart.’
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