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Bringing Festive Fun To Bradford
On Saturday 16th December, 6.00PM at Bradford Grammar School, Bradford Festival Choral Society will be presenting a Yorkshire Christmas.

They will be performing lots of favourite carols and other seasonal music, and will once again be accompanied by the wonderful Rothwell Temperance Band who have their own style of musical humour.

It really is a treat for all the family and to make sure that they can afford it all under 18s are free as part of the choir’s aim to encourage younger people to enjoy singing.

This is definitely one of Bradford’s Christmas musical highlights and is not to be missed. The musical experience will be enhanced by seasonal refreshments.

And just to make sure that no one misses out on the Christmas fun the choir will be performing at various venues in Bradford City Centre on 10 December between 1 and 3pm. The choir wants to bring choral music to Bradford by singing in public places. They will be at

the National Media Museum,1.00pm
Bradford Interchange,1.30pm
Waterstones bookshop 2.00pm
Waller’s Brewery at Sunbridge Wells at 2.30pm helping them to celebrate their first birthday.

Bradford Festival Choral Society also supports Bradford Friendship Choir which is community choir for refugees and asylum seekers and will be collecting for this great cause.

The Choir’s chairperson, Maggie Eisner said:
"BFCS is a really important part of Bradford’s cultural heritage which we want as many people as possible to enjoy.

"That’s why we are getting out and about and why we have timed our concert for 6pm so its early enough for children to enjoy, while making it a special outing and hopefully giving their parents are break from shopping and cooking!"

Tickets for 16th December cost £16, £14 for concessions and can be bought on the choir’s website www.bradfordfestivalchoralsociety.ork.uk or purchased at the door.

Bringing Festive Fun To Bradford, 1st December 2017, 16:32 PM