Sunday Boys: 50 Years of Change

Raise £1400 to buy resources to support the Sunday Boys' 50 Years of Change project.

We did it!

On 14th Jul 2017 we successfully raised £1,606 of £1,400 target with 57 supporters in 28 days

New stretch target

This will give us the ability to buy some more equipment in advance of new members joining after our gig in July and support our additional tour costs of more members 

Let The Sunday Boys take you on a journey through 50 Years of Change and beyond. 

On their first solo concert of singing and celebration, they reflect on the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality and challenge existing prejudices.

With original composition from Phillip VenablesAnna ApplebyAlfie Austin (Husk)and other professional composers, classical repertoire from Benjamin Britten and Francis Poulenc, and arrangements of hits from the Scissor SistersJohn Grant and Anthony and the Johnsons (to name a few), this is sure to be a concert like no other.

We are raising money for resources to support this important project - chairs, folders, a printer, laptop and music permissions. These things might not be super-exciting, but they are albsolutely necessary. 


The Sunday Boys are Manchester’s male voice sensation, an inclusive male choir with a majority gay identifying membership.



For tickets on their own and more details about the gig on the 30th July head to:

50 Years of Change is supported using public funds by Arts Council England.



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