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London Gay Men's Chorus

Agit-Pop - how popular music changed the world

Monday 28 August

From £6.50 to £20.00

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

Part of the Snape Proms season

Monday 28 August 2017 - 7.30pm

Tom Robinson Glad To Be Gay
Hold My Hand
Nina Simone I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free
Boy George Il Adore
Billie Holiday Strange Fruit
Why?
Brave
Sam Cooke A Change Is Gonna Come
James Oppenheim Bread And Roses
Oh Mary Don’t You Weep
West Side Story Somewhere
Bob Dylan Times They Are A’Changin’
The Beach Boys Wouldn’t It Be Nice
Erasure A Little Respect
The Seekers Come The Day
Lily Allen Fuck You
The King And I We Kiss In A Shadow
Kylie Minogue Your Disco

Britains’ biggest boy band and the largest gay choir in Europe, the London Gay Men’s Chorus are a musical phenomenon. Slickly choreographed, their exuberantly delivered, richly harmonised arrangements take in everything from iconic pop ballads, show tunes to classical music including specially commissioned pieces. They regularly attract sell-out audiences to the major venues in and far beyond their home city and they have appeared on Children in Need, the Graham Norton Show and Top of the Pops.

Agit-Pop features songs by Erasure, Nina Simone, Boy George, Lily Allen and many more, the show celebrates the music of liberation and protest, and how popular music really did help change the world.