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Revelation at the 2012 North Wales Choral festival

Revelation singers headline Festival Concert after touring with The Wanted…

02 10 2012

Revelation Singers; a London based mixed Gospel collective, rose to fame in 2008 finishing in the top 3 of the BBC’s Last Choir Standing. Since then, they’ve appeared on TV with Beverly Knight and have even supported boy band The Wanted on tour. In October, Revelation Singers are set to headline a special concert organised as part of the North Wales Choral Festival.

The North Wales Choral Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and to mark the occasion, organisers have extended the festival over three days from 26-28 October. Friday 26 October is when Revelation Singers take to the stage during the weekend of singing. They will be joined by Chester Rock Choir and Llandudno Youth Music Theatre too in Llandudno’s Venue Cymru from 7.30pm.

Rock Choir has over 16,000 members throughout the UK in over 220 locations and has appeared on The Choir That Rocks, Breakfast TV, The One Show and the Paul O’Grady Show. They perform a mix of pop, gospel and Motown hits and the Chester group is led by Katherine Davies; a singing teacher, trained at Mountview Theatre School in London.

Llandudno Youth Music Theatre is one of the longest established Youth Music Theatres in Wales and is made up of 13-19 year olds. In 2011, they were awarded Best Technical/Stage Management by NODA District 1 for their production of THE WIZ. And they have also won the Young Musical Theatre Singers of the Year competition three times since 2001.

Tickets are very reasonably priced at £12 for adults and £6 for children and are available from Venue Cymru Box Office on (01492) 872000 or from www.northwaleschoralfestival.co.uk.

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