The King's Men - Songs for a Spring Evening

Moseley and Kings Heath

To mark the Lunar Society's 250th anniversary, we're proud to present The King's Men: Songs for a Spring Evening. Doors open 7pm.
The King's Men are members of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge. The choir is world famous for its annual Christmas broadcast of Carols from King's, but this is something completely different. This extraordinary concert ranges from early sacred music, through folk and spiritual, to Broadway shows and pop, with composers from Henry VIII to the Beach Boys, plus organ interludes. Much of this material has been arranged by the singers themselves, for a unique musical experience.
The King's Men gave their first performance at the same venue nearly 40 years ago, and two King's organ scholars started their careers there. They returned in 2015, playing to a full house and receiving a rapturous reception.
The proceeds will be shared equally between the Lunar Society and Birmingham-based medical charity Ammalife, which aims to reduce suffering and loss of life in childbirth in low income countries.
St Mary's is wheelchair accessible and all seats are on one level. There is a public car park just the other side of St Mary's Row, and it is on main bus routes.

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