All Aloud for charity concert in Albox

GOOD COMPANY: The choir gets together once a week for community singing and friendshop. CREDIT: Gary Mitchell

THE All Aloud community choir will be singing their hearts out for a special Christmas charity concert in Albox.
The performance of a variety of Christmas carols and traditional Christmas songs will be in aid of the Harmony charity and a local Spanish charity. The evening will also feature songs with which the audience can join in and sing along.
All Aloud are a group of local people who get together for two hours every Thursday afternoon at 3.30pm at Chapman’s bar in Albox to enjoy a social get-together and friendship through community singing. If you like singing in the shower or in the car then you qualify for All Aloud.
They don’t hold auditions: anyone is invited to go along and see if they like what they do, and people generally end up staying.
The choir sings a wide range of songs to ensure that there is something for everyone. From pop to folk, musicals, Gilbert and Sullivan, reggae, spirituals and film music, the list is endless. If it can be sung, All Aloud give it a go!
Despite the choir’s amateur status they were encouraged to perform a charity concert during the summer, and encouraged by the success of the event they have decided to listen to the calls for another concert.
The Christmas charity concert will be staged at the La Parilla bar and restaurant in Albox on December 20, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets priced €5 are available from Cats in La Alfoquia, Sofia’s gym and Total Entertainment in Arboleas and Total Entertainment and Scrumptious Cafe in Albox. All proceeds will go to the charities.
It promises to be an evening of great festive entertainment and an excellent way to support.

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Cathy Elelman

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