Hot on the heels of the successful Food Festival there’s another huge event coming to the town centre this Saturday.
Wrexham Singing Streets will see over 25 choirs and over 1,000 performers singing in various venues across the town between 11am and 4pm. There’ll be something for all ages and there’s even signing choir performances.
There’ll be singing on Queen’s Square, Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham County Borough Museum, Lord Street, Eagles Meadow and Argyle Arch. There’ll also be a “mass sing” at 1.20pm when all choirs will assemble on Queens Square for a performance.
Choirs include Fireflies, Fron Male Voice Choir, Brymbo Male Voice Choir, Cantorion Rhos, North Wales Opera Studio, Nightingales, Kaboodle, Bitsesize Children and Adults, Ysgol Bodhyfryd, Cor Clwyd, Dragon Song, Tenovus, Caldy Valley Singers, Wrexham County Youth Choir, Wrexham Singing Hands, Victoria School, Wrexham Rock 2, Salvation Army Songsters, Venus Voices, Wrexham Rock 3, Dee sign, Derwen on Tour, Cor Daw, Wrexham Community Choir, Swagg Cancer Support Choir and Mountain Harmony.
“Something for Everyone”
Lead Member for Economic Development, Cllr Terry Evans, said: “This event promises to have something for everyone and I’m sure the event will build on the success of the previous years. The organisers have done a great job and are to be congratulated for their hard work. I hope everyone takes the time to come and support what promises to be a fantastic day.”
You can check out what choirs will be singing and when here (link to be included when live)
The event is organised by local MP, Ian Lucas and Glyndŵr University along with John Jones Quality Acoustics, Wrexham Community Choir Volunteers, Gateway church and Wrexham Business Group CIC. It is sponsored by Wockhardt, Wrexham Crime Link, Hays Travel and Gateway Church.
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