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Be uplifted by the Glorious Chorus' festive finale

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: December 14, 2012

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Acclaimed Westcountry choir Glorious Chorus (above) are teaming up with virtuoso quartet The B Naturals for their annual Christmas extravaganza at St John's Church, Totnes, on Thursday, December 20.

Glorious Chorus have been delighting audiences for ten years with their mix of uplifting, original songs and arrangements, including performances at Glastonbury, Home and Port Eliot festivals.

This summer the choir were finalists at Charles Hazelwood's Orchestra In A Field competition and have also been touring their original One World show. Now the choir are set to deliver their best concerts yet before taking a year's break next summer.

"We're going to sing our hearts out this year before having a well-earned rest. We teamed up with the B Naturals in July at the Frome Festival and it was such a success we've decided to do it again this Christmas," says director, Helen Yeomans. "The B Naturals are brilliant singers and always deliver great entertainment."

Tickets are £6.50 (£3 concession) from Totnes Tourist Information or on the door. Visit www.gloriouschorus.co.uk or call 01803 862028. Profits from the concert go to The Rowcroft Hospice.

Enjoy a fabulous festive evening with Miracle Theatre – with the added bonus of knowing that every penny spent will be going directly to supporting Miracle's future projects.

A night of fun and festive frolics at the Krowji in Redruth on Tuesday, December 18 includes live music and Near-Ta Theatre and Solo Collective DJs. An auction hosted by Miracle masters of ceremonies Keri Jessiman and Benjamin Dyson will feature lots donated Miracle supporters including St Ives School of Painting, the Budock Vean Hotel and Trebah Gardens, with raffle prizes including Merlin Cinema tickets and a Trebah hamper.

Miracle fundraising auction and Christmas party, Tuesday, December 18 , Krowji, Redruth, 7pm-late. Tickets £5. Advance booking essential on 01209 216762.

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