Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus have been invited by the Embassy of Sweden to celebrate Brighton as the city that launched ABBA’s global success and raise money for the Rainbow Fund.
FORTY-five years have passed since April 6, 1974 when ABBA took the world by storm and won the Eurovision Song Contest at the Brighton Dome with their song Waterloo.
The concert takes place in the beautiful setting of the Brighton Spiegeltent on Old Steine and will raise funds for The Rainbow Fund, a Brighton & Hove based grant-giving fund for local LGBT+ and HIV organisations.
Start off your bank holiday weekend supporting Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus as they return once more to Brighton Fringe with all your favourite ABBA tunes, while raising money for a great cause.
The Rainbow Fund give grants to local LGBT+ and HIV organisations who provide effective front line services to LGBT+ people in Brighton & Hove.
Event: Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus sing ABBA
Where: Brighton Spiegeltent, Old Steine, Brighton
When: Saturday, May 25
Time: 5pm – 5.45pm
Cost: Free entry donations requested for Rainbow Fund.
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