Community choir are back with Junction gigs
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Two years after selling out the Cambridge Junction, community choir Witchford Voices is back and looking forward to wowing audiences yet again.
The group will be performing at the Junction on July 5, with shows at both 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
Choir manager Keith Gallois said: “After having people literally dancing in the aisles of the Junction with songs from the movies, this time we are taking our theme from musicals, and we are looking forward to entertaining our fans even more.
“We’ve a great set, and will be introducing more dramatic staging and costumes. But at the heart of our performance, as always, will be a fantastic group of people who love to sing – it’s what our audiences have come to expect and appreciate.”
The choir, founded in 2010, comprises people of all ages and backgrounds. Many members have amateur dramatic involvement, whilst for some, singing with Witchford Voices is their first experience of public performance.
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In its five year history, Witchford Voices has released two CDs, toured Northern Europe twice and sold out Ely Cathedral. Always entertaining, and with the focus on fun, nevertheless the choir works tirelessly to deliver a polished and professional performance.
Tickets for the performance at the Junction are are £13 (£9 u16s), and can be bought directly from the Junction: http://www.junction.co.uk/witchford-voices or by calling 01223 511 511.
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