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COME ALONG: Sounds around the Abbey returns to St Albans

 Published on: 18th May 2022   |   By: Christina Pantelly   |   Category: Uncategorized

A St Albans hospices’ musical is returning for the fourth time bringing the public a mix of rock, pop and West End classics.

Rennie Grove’s musical Sounds Around the Abbey will showcase a range of musical talents and vocal performances.

Sounds Around the Abbey is directed by Pippa Collins and hosted by Rosemarie Ford. On Wednesday and Thursday, the Jupiter Singers, a home counties choir specialising in pop, rock, musical theatre, and Motown, will perform. 

The London Show Choir will bring West End show tunes and songs from musicals to St Albans on Saturday. Brilliant Theatre Arts, an award-winning Hertfordshire-based youth theatre company, will also perform, accompanied by a live band.

The musical will take place at St Albans Cathedral on July 27, 28 and 30 from 7pm till 10.30pm. 

Rennie Grove is a hospice which provides adults and children in Buckinghamshire and west Hertfordshire with end-of-life care.

Rosemarie Ford said she was thrilled to be returning, urging people to secure their seats for a chance to “hear these incredible choirs in this most beautiful setting”.

The charity hopes stars of the West End will also be part of these special shows. 

Senior Community Fundraiser Gemma Ralph, said: “We look forward to welcoming back the wonderful Hugh Maynard who made his Sounds around the Abbey debut last year.”

The events’ proceeds will support Rennie Grove’s specialty care for local families dealing with life-limiting illnesses.

For more information phone​ 01727 890290 or book online at stalbanscathedral.org/sounds-around-the-abbey2022

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