The Choir with No Name (CWNN) Liverpool, a choir made up of homeless people, will kick off the city’s festive season with a big Christmas singalong at the Tung Auditorium on Friday, December 8th.
Building on the success of its annual ‘Big Gig’ at the Everyman earlier this year, the Choir with No Name will kick off the holiday season in style with a rip-roaring, fun-filled Christmas extravaganza, inviting everyone to come along and sing all their favourite festive songs.
The Choir with No Name will be joined by special guests, the Liverpool UNIty Choir and the Asylum Link Merseyside Choir, in addition to an audience in fine voice. Guests can expect an evening filled with festive magic and sing-alongs to get them in the Christmas spirit and raise the roof of the auditorium.
CWNN Liverpool Choir Manager, Ema Quinn, said:
“We cannot wait to sing alongside our fabulous special guests and treat our audience to some real Christmas magic. We want to welcome as many people as possible to join our inclusive, positive and joy-filled show, so we can spread the festive cheer far and wide.”
“As well as being bags of fun, the profits made through ticket sales and donations on the night support the cost of keeping our weekly choir rehearsal running and our members singing well into the future, which will be the very best Christmas present for us all!”
The Choir with No Name organises choirs and creates joyful singing communities for homeless and marginalised people all over the UK, with the Liverpool group singing its heart out since 2014.
The ‘Big Christmas Singalong’ takes place on Friday 8th December at the Tung Auditorium, Oxford Street, Liverpool and you can book your tickets here.