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Men United in Song wants male singers for Prostate Cancer UK charity show at Peterborough Cathedral



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A health charity is looking for male singers to perform in a live choral event later this year.

Men United in Song launches again this month to support its long-term charity partner Prostate Cancer UK and wants 40-plus men from the area to join its choir.

There will be nine weeks of rehearsals building up to a performance at Peterborough Cathedral on Saturday, May 7 (7.30pm). No singing experience is needed.

Last year's successful concert at Peterborough Cathedral
Last year's successful concert at Peterborough Cathedral

It kicks off with introduction sessions on Thursday and Friday, March 3 and 4 (7-10pm) at the John Mansfield Campus, in Peterborough.

Stuart from Bourne said: “The whole experience was extremely rewarding and exciting.

"You get to see what your voice is really capable of and to share a few pints with a great bunch of guys from all walks of life, who you might not normally meet.

Many Stamford and Bourne voices have joined the choir in recent years
Many Stamford and Bourne voices have joined the choir in recent years

"The sense of achievement when you finally get to perform in front of an audience in the concert is amazing. I couldn’t recommend it highly enough.”

To register for a session, visit peterboroughsings.org.uk, email menunited@peterboroughsings.org.uk or call 01733 425194.

No singing experience is needed to join the choir and there will be no audition
No singing experience is needed to join the choir and there will be no audition


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