Sing! choirs come together for cathedral spectacular

15:07 20 November 2014

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More than 200 singers from Ely, Cambridge and Newmarket will come together for a Christmas celebration, in December.

The singers will sing a selection of pop, rock and songs from the shows as well as some festive favourites in Ely Cathedral.

The show is being directed by Kathryn Rowland.

She said: “I am really looking forward to bringing the choirs together to perform in such a splendid venue, under the Ocatgon Tower in Ely Cathedral, and I hope that people will come along to support.

“A charitable donation will be made to Arthur Rank Hospice Charity following the concert to add to Sing! Choirs donation which had already totalled more than £5,000.”

Tickets: £12.50 (reserved), £10 (unreserved) under 16s £7, are available at tickets.elycathedral.org or from Ely Cathedral box office on 01353 660349. You can also e-mail: box.office@elycathedral.org

For more information about Sing! Choirs visit www.singchoirs.com

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