This weekend, The Southsea Alternative Choir will be touring Southsea, holding alternative Christmas carol concerts in order to raise some cash for SamuelsFund (see below for details). There’ll be singing, dancing, drinking, mince pies, tinsel, snow (well, you never know!)…pretty much everything you’d associate with a good old fun-filled Christmas knees up. There’s only one difference that sets us apart from a traditional Christmas carol concert…we won’t be singing any Christmas carols. Instead, we’ll be playing a selection of feel-good anthems ranging from timeless bands such as The Beatles and The Beach Boys, right up to modern indie classics from the likes of Blur, Elbow & Mumford & Sons.
So why not join us this festive season? Everyone’s welcome and we don’t even care if you can’t sing…just as long as you want to have fun, like good music and can afford to chuck a few quid in a bucket to help someone who needs it this Christmas, the more the merrier! See you all soon, we look forward to singing with you!
Samuel Deakin-Mant is a brave young lad who was born with cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a type of brain damage which, in Samuel’s case, affects his motor skills to the extent that he cannot walk. All cash raised from our events will go towards helping little Samuel. For more information on SamuelsFund, please visit www.samuelsfund.co.uk