|A massive congratulations to Jamie, one of our members, and James on their wedding last Saturday! It was a joy to sing at their wedding! We wish them lots of love and happiness!|
A massive congratulations to Albert and Matt, who met in Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus, on their wedding on Saturday the 22nd of September! It was an absolute joy to sing and celebrate with them! We wish them lots of love and happiness!
|The Hotscots, Scotland's first LGBT+ football team celebrated their tenth anniversary at the Edinburgh City Chambers with a reception hosted by the Lord Provest. The boys of EGMC were excited to be invited along to help them celebrate! We wish them all the best and perhaps we'll have a joint event for our 20th anniversaries in ten years time!|
|Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus turned ten in style with a packed matinee and a sold out evening performance! With many of our favourite songs over the last ten years and a special vinyl to thank our Music Director, James Wilkinson, for everything he has done it was a superb night.|
Thank you so much to everyone who has supported us over the last ten years!
|For the first time in EGMC history we performed a matinee and an evening performance of Time, our summer concert! With a good audience at our matinee and a full house at our evening show we sang about minutes, hours, days, and seasons. We even surprised the audience with the time warp, complete with dancers in costume and a pair of gold hot pants!|
"You guys were amazing last night with a great selection of song!"
"Twas a fantastic show last night, one of the best."
|The Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus were invited to record songs as a part of the Virgin Money Street of Light, which ran from the 30th of November to December 24th. Along with our three other choirs our music was heard by over 250,000 people! We may need a bigger venue for our concerts!|
In response to this many people have gotten in touch with us about joining the choir. If you are interested in joining us please do get in touch, we would love to hear from you! Please go to our contact us section of the website to speak to us.
|The Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus sang about the senses to a packed house at the Churchill Theatre!|
?We were so excited to see so many people, touch them with our music and hear how much they enjoyed it!
We hope you will join us for our next concert in July 2016!
|EGMC sang to a sell out crowd at the Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh for their Independence Day celebration with songs from around the USA Saturday 4 July 2015|
|Our men did us proud once again at the Church HIll Theatre, Edinburgh on Saturday. Singing a new programme of songs inspired by the Earth elements, earth, fire, wind and water, our audience felt the earth move under their feet, fought fire with fire, cried themselves a river and needed nothing more than the air that they breathe for a great night's entertainment. As ever, Musical Director James Wilkinson was at the helm, guiding us through the troubled waters of some innovative and challenging arrangements with trusty acommpanist Ann on keys.|
Our newcomer-MC Duncan carried us along at a fair old pace through the 15-song set including old favourites like Ol' Man River and The Wind Beneath My Wings led by Gareth. Brian gave us a sophisticated rendition of Cry Me A River, while Seamus took us Nightswimming. Garry led us gently through Eternal Flame after a rousing mash-up of Great Ball Of Fire / Ring Of Fire.
|The men of Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus played to a packed house at the Church Hill Theatre on Saturday 5 July for their latest concert, Heaven & Hell. Thanks to everyone who came to support us and for giving generously to the bucket shakers for Red Dot Radio.|
|Our men performed to a packed house tonight for sixth winter concert What's In A Name at the Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh. Comprising modern hits, old favourites and of course a show tune or two, EGMC celebrated the names of those loved, lost or loathed; from Abba to Blondie, Donald to Valerie. The concert supported Waverley Care; Scotland’s leading charity for the care and support of people living with HIV or Hepatitis C.|
|Voices chiming and feet stomping, EGMC set hands clapping at Edinburgh's Church Hill Theatre tonight for their latest concert, Manatomy: The Anatomy of Love Through Song. Featuring a fun and ocassionally riské repertoire of songs featuring body parts, tonight's performance represents Edinburgh Gay Men's Chrous' sixth successful summer show. Supporting Waverley Care, Scotland’s leading charity providing care and support to people living with HIV or Hepatitis C, our audience gave generously to their bucket-shakers. Crowds gathered at Loopy Lorna's for their excellent after-show refreshments and to meet the members of the Chorus.|