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The Choir With No Name’s Big Christmas Singalong raised more than £4,000 for homelessness services, including £2,217 for BHT’s First Base Day Centre.
The Choir With No Name runs choirs for people who have experienced homelessness and brought two of its London choirs to Brighton for the show.
The event raised a total of £4,558 for charity from ticket sales and a bucket collection. This was split between BHT’s First Base Day Centre, The Choir With No Name, and Brighton Dome, itself a registered charity committed to providing creative ways for people to get involved in the arts, including many who wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity.
BHT feels privileged that The Choir With No Name chose to support BHT. The £2,217 raised will help local homeless men and women move away from the streets. Next year we would love to help make this event an even better success. The Choir was very uplifting, allowing people to come together, have fun and boosts confidence.
Andy Winter, BHT Chief Executive
We were delighted that the event was such a success, raising valuable funds for such a worthy cause. We are extremely grateful to all those who supported the event by buying tickets or donating on the day.
Andrew Comben, Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival Chief Executive