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Big gig gives voice to Liverpool’s homeless

A charity which runs choirs for homeless and marginalised people is holding its Big Spring Gig at St George’s Hall.

The Choir with No Name (CWNN) is a UK charity based in Liverpool were members come together each week to sing uplifting pop songs and enjoy a healthy, hot dinner. The group also perform regularly at a huge variety of venues across the country.

Taking place on Friday 27 April from 6.30pm-9.30pm, the Big Spring Gig, supported by Regenda Homes, will celebrate the work of CWNN and its members.

Attendees can expect renditions of many pop hits from Queen to the Supremes, and all things in between.

Ema Quinn, Choir Manager, said: “Everyone at The Choir with No Name is really excited for the Big Spring Gig.

“The event will see members, old and new, come together to perform for the audience.

“We have so many incredible stories within the choir and our members often say that performing has helped build their confidence and sills, along with making lasting friendships.

“Last year’s was a sell out and we are looking forward to performing to a packed out crowd again."

The Choir with No Name provides a place for people who face a range of challenges, including mental health problems, bereavement and addiction, to come together and sing.

Tickets can be bought from Bluecoat, either online, over the phone or in person at the ticket desk. Tickets are £12 full price or £7 concession.

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