Spooky Men’s Chorale
  • Tuesday 12 July 2022, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £25 - £15
Image Spooky Men’s Chorale

‘Inspired – and a triumph of choreography! Catch them on the road – a fantastic night out is guaranteed!’ – Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2

‘Highly theatrical, they veer from weird to touching and back again. Grown up entertainment in the best, most infantile way. Don’t miss an opportunity to see them’ – Daily Telegraph

Brandishing a shiny brand new CD ‘Welcome To The Second Half’, that magnificent, craggy ensemblage of heavenly singing male bodies, The Spooky Men’s Chorale return to the UK. How could they live up to their own reputation, gained through seven dazzling sell out tours of the UK?  If it’s possible, they are even better: ever more comfortable with their whimsical humour and musical breadth – an audience-winning repertoire of Georgian songs, pindrop-beautiful ballads, highly inappropriate covers, and immaculate man anthems.

The globe-trotting Australian-born manchoir, in middle age, are discovering new rooms in the man cave. As well as finding the funny side of their own impending doom, they celebrate the joys of doing absolutely nothing, discover their own outrage at the baggage carousel, and evoke the majesty of 80,000 slaves building the great pyramid.

Their last UK tour saw a large number of sell-out concerts at major venues and a whole raft of ecstatic festival audience reactions. You must see them. Really, you must.

Spooky Men’s Chorale
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £25 - £15

‘Inspired – and a triumph of choreography! Catch them on the road – a fantastic night out is guaranteed!’ – Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2

‘Highly theatrical, they veer from weird to touching and back again. Grown up entertainment in the best, most infantile way. Don’t miss an opportunity to see them’ – Daily Telegraph

Brandishing a shiny brand new CD ‘Welcome To The Second Half’, that magnificent, craggy ensemblage of heavenly singing male bodies, The Spooky Men’s Chorale return to the UK. How could they live up to their own reputation, gained through seven dazzling sell out tours of the UK?  If it’s possible, they are even better: ever more comfortable with their whimsical humour and musical breadth – an audience-winning repertoire of Georgian songs, pindrop-beautiful ballads, highly inappropriate covers, and immaculate man anthems.

The globe-trotting Australian-born manchoir, in middle age, are discovering new rooms in the man cave. As well as finding the funny side of their own impending doom, they celebrate the joys of doing absolutely nothing, discover their own outrage at the baggage carousel, and evoke the majesty of 80,000 slaves building the great pyramid.

Their last UK tour saw a large number of sell-out concerts at major venues and a whole raft of ecstatic festival audience reactions. You must see them. Really, you must.

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