The Pink Singers at Cadogan Hall

  • Category: Music & Theatre
  • Date: Saturday, 19 January 2013

On January 19th 2013, Cadogan Hall will be the venue for a special performance by the Pink Singers, Europe's oldest LGBT community choir.

Originally founded in 1983, the choir have dedicated themselves to fighting stereotypes and promoting inclusiveness and will be celebrating their 30th anniversary with a live performance in London.

During the evening, the Pink Singers will showcase some of their biggest and best numbers, including songs from musicians as diverse as Sondheim, Mozart, Karl Jenkins and Massive Attack.

The show gets underway at 19:30 GMT, with tickets available online now from between £12 and £24.

Those wishing to attend could choose to stay at The Rubens at the Palace Hotel, where they can take advantage of the Book in Advance and Save deal.

By reserving a Royal Room or better at the luxury London hotel at least 21 days in advance, guests can receive a discount of 15 per cent off the best available rate.