Rushmoor ‘Odd Fellows’ Male Voice Choir Christmas Concert

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This concert is supporting Frimley Health Charity Dementia Appeal

Enjoy a fun evening of seasonal entertainment and music.

The programme will range from male voice classics to show tunes and popular songs with a number of Christmas songs thrown in. This year's guests are the St Lawrence Chobham Handbell Ringers who will give the concert that added festive touch!

As always, the choir support a locally important charity in their concerts and this year they have selected the Frimley Health Charity Dementia Appeal.

The Rushmoor 'Odd Fellows' Male Voice Choir are a group of men based in the Hampshire/Surrey area who love to sing. Founded in 1960 to sing in the Aldershot Music Festival, approaches to local church choirs brought volunteers from many backgrounds with an odd one from here and an odd one from there, so the name "Odd Fellows" was coined. The choir aim principally to entertain their audiences, to raise money for charity and to have fun doing it! They have been privileged to be invited to sing at festivals around the country and in Germany, including 6 appearances at the Royal Albert Hall in the London Welsh Festival of Male Voices. The choir have even provided some backing sounds for the recent feature-length documentary “Lancaster”.