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    Our friends at Grimsby Concert Society have asked us to help spread the word about a series of small-scale music courses taking place this year in Wales in collaboration with Manchester based charity: The Olympias Foundation.
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  • The Spooky Men’s Chorale: Saturday 6th July 2024
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    "Don’t miss an opportunity to see them” – Daily Telegraph

    “Once seen they are never forgotten! Beautiful singing; very sharp and witty lyrics.” – Mark
    Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2

    “It takes a rare skill to be very silly, thoughtful, and sing in perfect harmony, but the Spooky
    Men’s Chorale manage to achieve just that.” – The Guardian

    “Sheer musical excellence – like the ghosts of choristers long gone” – Sydney Morning

    Winner - Australian Folk Music Awards - People's Choice Award
    — A mighty singing machine —

    With 10 sell-out UK tours and 6 highly-acclaimed albums under their belts, the Spooky Men’s
    Chorale continue to thrill an ever-growing international fanbase with their own unique
    combination of Georgian songs, beautiful ballads, ridiculous covers, and a swag of hilarious
    originals .

    They first emerged blinking-eyed from the Blue Mountains of New South Wales in 2001.
    Armed with no more than their voices and an ill-matched set of hats, the Spooky Men have
    since built a cult following stretching across the globe. Their extraordinary combination of
    deadpan delivery and heart-stopping harmonies thrills theatre and festival audiences alike,
    garnering rapturous reviews.

    Having had extensive airplay from the likes of Cerys Matthews (Radio 6), Mark Radcliffe
    (Radio 2), In Tune (Radio 3) and Front Row (Radio 4), recent UK tours have seen the
    Spooks perform at WOMAD, Edinburgh and Sidmouth festivals, smashing headline spots to
    audiences in their thousands.

    Equally loved for their musical brilliance as for their absurdly joyful take on your favourite
    song, as well as a vast catalogue of both tender and ridiculous originals, the Spooky Men’s
    Chorale can only be fully understood live.

    You must see them, really you must.

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