Upcoming Events

The Phoenix Choir of Crawley on tour

We are heading to the amazing city of Bristol this November to perform some beautiful English choral music. 

Our first concert venue is St Mary Redcliffe. Described as a Gothic masterpiece, this stunning church is prided on it’s diverse and growing parish in the heart of Bristol.  Come along and join us on Saturday 6th November 2021, 2.00-2.45pm. 
St Mary Redcliffe Church
Concert venue number two is Saint Stephen’s. An intimate and small church in comparison to St Mary Redcliffe, but right in the centre of Bristol with a beautiful architectural structure. A superb venue to enjoy a lunchtime performance on Sunday 7th November 2021,  1.00-1.45pm.  St Stephens Church

Entry is free with a retiring collection in support of St Peter’s Hospice.

A huge thankyou to Jo at Sound Escapes for organising two fabulous venues for us to sing at. 


Save the date! Concert:  Saturday 2 April 2022 – Handel’s Messiah at the Hawth Theatre

 Until then…

Keep singing!

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2 thoughts on “Upcoming Events

  1. Hi!
    I’m a professional tenor and contracted full time to Welsh National Opera, born and bred in Forest Row. Can I send my CV and website to somebody with regards to maybe working together in the future? My school concerts used to be in the Hawth, and I’ve done numerous operas there since, but no other concerts there since being a treble and singing Elijah aged 11!
    Do let me know

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