Last Saturday on 21st July 2018, we performed in our anniversary concert. (Whether it was our 20th or 21st is debatable!) Needless to say, it was amazing!
To see what we’re up to in the forthcoming months, check out our Forthcoming Events page!
We’re so excited!
On Saturday, 29th July 2017, Gay Abandon took part in the “I Feel Love” concert at Hull City Hall, organised by the wonderful folks at BBC Radio 2.
The concert was the culmination of a week of events, celebrating 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK, organised by the Capital of Culture organisers (hull2017.co.uk).
The concert was live on the BBC Red Button and BBC Radio 2 on Saturday night. It is now available on iPlayer until 28th August, so check it out! I’m sure you’ll agree that we had a blast!
And click here, to hear Scott Mills chatting to Sara Cox about the event!
Gay Abandon is looking for new singers, particularly basses and sopranos. If you can hold and tune, why not get in touch, and try us out?!
We’re a really fun bunch, and we will be starting on new repertoire for our 20th anniversary concert in the new year, so now is the perfect time to join!
If you’re interested, look in the Joining section to find out more.
Just drop us an email to email@example.com, if you’re interested.
Gay Abandon are pleased to announce, that the Deep C Divas have invited us to take part in their next performance “Nowt So Queer As Folk”! We shall also be sharing the stage with the London Gay Men’s Chorus, who are celebrating their 25th anniversary!
It takes place on Saturday, 29th October 2016 at 7:30pm at The Venue, Leeds College of Music. Tickets available here.
Our next concert, Seasons of Love, takes place on Saturday, 25th June at 7:30pm at the Venue @ Leeds College of Music.
For tickets, call LCM on 0113 222 3434, or purchase online.
NB: The bar in the venue has a late licence until 12 midnight!
The delectable Gay Abandon will be performing at Leeds City Museum on Saturday, 5th December 2015, between 12 noon and 1 pm.
We’re gonna be singing love songs, new and old, so come along, and feel the love!
Oh?!? What’s that?
Aha! Gay Abandon also features in the exhibition in the second floor, as part of the Leeds Story.