Singers from Gloucestershire support Ryan Edwards appeal

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Authored by syahamba
Posted Friday, June 21, 2013 - 3:12pm

The Stuart Singers from Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire (former home of Rachel Lyons, the new Lord Mayor of Exeter) are coming to Exeter on Friday 28 June to perform a concert in aid of the Ryan Edwards Cancer Treatment appeal.

The concert will be at St Mark's Church, Pinhoe Road at 7.30pm and will consist of a very mixed programme of music, which will include Panis Angelica by Cesar Frank, Rainy Days and Mondays originally performed by the Carpenters, On Holy Ground originally performed by Barbara Streisand, a Sinatra Medley, three songs by Cole Porter, a fun take on Old MacDonalds Farm and much more.

The choir has a reputation for presenting fun concerts which raise a great deal of money for charity and good causes - in the region of £200,000 in 21 years. For more information about the choir see the website www.stuartsingers.com.