We enjoyed being part of Portchester‘s Christmas lights celebration on Friday 1st December. The singing of the school children was a hard act to follow, but we braved the wobbly steps and the bouncy stage and sang “The Angel Gabriel” and “Santa Clause is coming to Town”. Laurie did a great intro with an American accent. But I think he’ll be relieved to know that he won’t have to do it again! Here are a couple of videos from the event: Another community event on Sunday made it
We were invited to perform at the third year of Wicor Primary's Hog 'n' Hop. An event with country music and delicious food. It wasn’t an easy gig, as it was difficult to make ourselves heard over the children and the chat. However, there was a lovely community atmosphere, and we enjoyed being part of it. #hognhop #wicor #portchester #performance #event #school
Voice 4 Portchester (V4P) is a facebook group which also has the aim of bringing the community of Portchester together. They had a Get Together to enable people to meet face to face and to raise money for charity. We were asked to sing a few songs to entertain people as they drank tea and ate home made cakes. The room in the Community Centre was very crowded, so we sang outside in the courtyard, which was very pleasant. We found it a lot of fun to sing to a small audience, ma
We joined Wicor Primary School for their Last Night of the Proms evening. It was our first performance, so there were a few nerves. However, we sang well and even surprised ourselves by enjoying it! Vicky got everyone’s attention with her African calls in “Shona Malanga”. Susan sang solo for the first time in “The Lord is My Shepherd” (Vicar of Dibley arrangement) and there was a lovely moment when the children of Wicor’s VoxRox Choir got in stage with us to sing “Deep Down”.