Our first concert of 2017 will be held at Stockbridge Parish Church, Saxe Coburg Street, Edinburgh on Saturday 27 May at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm).
Later in the summer, we will return to St Cuthbert’s Parish Church and take part in the Festival Fringe. The concert will be on Saturday 19 August at 7.30. Tickets are on sale now at £14 and £10 concessions.
We will be taking part in the annual World AIDS Day gathering at Broughton St Mary’s Parish Church on Friday 1 December.
Our annual festive concert will see us returning to Broughton St Mary’s on Saturday 9 December. More details later.
It’s LGBT History Month! Loud and Proud Choir are pleased to have been invited to sing at two very special events, both FREE and open to all. We would love to see you there!
Saturday, 18th February 2017, 1-1.30pm
The Great Hall – Scottish National Portrait Gallery, York Place, Edinburgh
Come and listen to a small but perfectly formed selection of songs selected especially for LGBT History Month in the wonderful surroundings of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.
Wednesday 22nd February 2017, 7.30pm
Dunbar Grammar School, Summerfield Road, Dunbar EH42 1NJ
An evening organised by Dunbar Grammar’s LGBTI+ group with singing, raffle, bake sale raising funds for an LGBT+ charity and a talk from Dunbar Grammar’s LGBT+ Allies group about why LGBT+ groups are still needed within schools and what can be done to support them. To secure your place please call Dunbar Grammar School on 01368 863339.
We are taking part in LGBT Health and Wellbeing‘s Winter Fair at St Mark’s Unitarian Church, Castle Terrace on Saturday 10 December from 3pm. Edinburgh Gay Men’s Chorus are opening the concert and Loud & Proud will close with a few songs from our Festive repertoire. Our own Festive concert is on Saturday 17 December in St Cuthbert’s, Lothian Road. See the Performances page for more details.
We will no longer be taking part again in Light Nights – Edinburgh’s Christmas outdoor concerts – on Sunday 20 November. Look out for other taking in George Street.