If you’re looking for a fun corporate day out or want to show your support for local goings-on, put September 29th in the diary and get ready to be seriously entertained at this year’s Wrexham Singing Streets event.
This is a free annual event that takes place in the town centre, with choirs coming together from all over the region to take part in the open participation singing festival.
It was set up back in 2016 by MP Ian Lucas and has grown so much that this year over 20 choirs of mixed ages and abilities will be taking centre stage, so it’s sure to be a brilliant event to attend for one and all.
According to the Leader, performances are due to take place at Lord Street by the Arc sculpture, Ty Pawb and Eagles Meadow, Argyle Arch on Regent Street and Wrexham Museum. There’s also going to be a mass big sing at 13:00 on the day, with all the choirs taking part and members of the public actively encouraged to join in.
Mr Lucas was quoted by the news source as saying: “The Singing Streets festival is something I take great pride in as it brings people into Wrexham and creates an amazing buzz in the town. It’s exciting to be so close to the big day.
“There really will be something for everyone – choirs of all ages performing songs from a wide variety of genres, from classical to pop.”
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