To help celebrate our annual Make a Noise in Libraries fortnight the fabulous Quirky Choir will be performing in Central Library on June 5th at 2.00. Although MANIL is aimed at blind and partially sighted people, everyone is welcome to come along to what promises to be a noisy and enjoyable afternoon of music and singing.
The Quirky Choir formed in Doncaster 20 years ago and to celebrate this achievement they have launched Quirkus- A year long celebration of song. They have received funding from the Arts Council to pay for four professional artists to collaborate with the choir members to create brand new pieces that will be performed in unusual spaces over 2018. Ian McMillan, Lucky Moyo, Luke Carver Goss and Jamie Laurance will each bring a unique angle to the music, including poetry, folk and DJing.
This free event will be held in Doncaster Central Library Junior department from 2.00pm-3.00pm and includes free refreshments.
If you are interested in joining Quirky Choir, or have been before and want to come back, all are welcome. Just come along to The Point, South Parade, Wednesdays 6.45 – 8.45pm. Look out for a Quirky Choir Quirkus Facebook page coming soon and follow the Quirky Choir on Twitter – @QuirkyChoir