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Rocking the Boat! Tickets Now on Sale

Saturday 2 July 2016, 7.30pm
Conducted by Clare Edwards
An evening like no other!
Tickets are now on sale and are strictly limited. Continue reading

  • Do you bite your thumb at us, sir? Tickets now on sale!

    Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with music exploring his poetry and his most famous stories of love and conflict. Including music from Baz Lurhman’s Romeo and Juliet, Kiss Me Kate and Henry V plus live poetry featuring Matt Windle – the Poet with Punch.

    19th March 2016, 7.30pm

    Kings Heath Cricket Club, 247 Alcester Road, Birmingham, B14 6DT

    Tickets are now on sale here

    Conducted by Clare Edwards

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  • This is Halloween at the Coffin Works

    Join notorious, Birmingham’s choir with a difference, for an extra spooky evening of ghostly music.
    Little ghosts and ghouls will be most welcome at the 18:00 performance, but the late night special is for the most fearless of adults at 21:30.
    Tickets £10/£8

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  • Notorious Rocks – One week to go

    We will, we will ROCK YOU!
    Join us for Notorious Rocks with classic rock from Queen, Muse, ELO and Supertramp.

    Saturday 11 July 2015, 7.00pm

    Kings Heath Cricket Club, 247 Alcester Road South, Birmingham B14 6DT

    Tickets – get them quick before they sell out!!
    £10 Full price
    £8 Concessions (OAPs, Students and Teens)
    £5 for children ages 12 and under
    5 and unders go free Continue reading

  • And now for something a little different…

    After the sunny Latin American and Australasian joy of our Christmas gig, Notorious return to what’s perhaps a more conventional staple of choirs across the world: Vivaldi’s Gloria. As we leave behind the bitter winter and look forward to the relief of spring,