The City of Truro Male Choir will delight audiences with an eclectic repertoire from pop hits to beautiful classical tunes. Led by Musical Director Russell Pascoe the choir sing all over Cornwall, including the International Male Choral Festival. Also performing is the Hall for Cornwall Youth Dance, hugely successful dance company who’s members have gone on to train at some of the UK’s most prestigious dance schools. Carrick Winds, a wind orchestra lead by Sara Munns, will complete the bill for this wonderful evening in the atmospheric Royal Cornwall Museum.
During the evening Tregothnan Tea will be popping up to serve mulled tea cocktails, mince pies with cream and other goodies made from the world- famous tea grown just a few miles from Truro’s city centre.
This special concert is in aid of the Hall for Cornwall Redevelopment and you can book your tickets here or by calling 01872 262466. Tickets are priced at £20.
About the Redevelopment
Over the last ten years, Hall for Cornwall has welcomed over 2 million people to the theatre including 100,000 young people and school groups. However, the Hall for Cornwall wants to open its doors to 200,000 people a year and to give 50,000 more young people the chance to shine on stage and off.
The new building will provide 300 more seats within a new three-tiered auditorium, paving the way for larger scale shows to be premiered in Cornwall for the first time. With its unique heritage, lively bars and cafés, a creative digital hub with vibrant work and social spaces, the theatre will resume its place as an important centre of community life in the city
The Hall for Cornwall has reached over 93% of it’s £21.6million target and now need to raise the remaining funds to reopening for next Autumn.
Tickets for this unique event are available from the box office, priced £20, by phoning 01872 262466 or from the HFC website www.hallforcornwall.co.uk . Numbers are limited so book early to ensure you don’t miss out.
The Hall for Cornwall is a theatre in Truro which plays host to musicals, opera, ballet, musical acts and other entertainers. They support local companies through their Arts Development programme, and run successful Youth Theatre and Youth Dance companies alongside. The Hall is currently closed for a £21.6 million redevelopment project and will reopen in Autumn 2020.