Royston Fringe returns with Phoenix Chorus concert and art exhibition

PUBLISHED: 10:21 15 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:21 15 September 2017

Phoenix Chorus are set to perform in Royston this weekend.

Phoenix Chorus are set to perform in Royston this weekend.


The Royston Fringe is back as part of the Royston Arts Festival – with a concert and an art exhibition both in store.

First of all, there will be a concert by Phoenix Chorus on Saturday evening from 7.30pm at the Methodist church in Queen’s Road.

Phoenix Chorus, 75 women specialising in a cappella, sing everything from early 20th-century fare to Adele, Stevie Wonder and Queen.

Tickets cost £10, including tea, coffee and biscuits, from Brian Norwood on 01763 241066 or Howard Peacock on 01763 209089.

Proceeds will be split between Garden House Hospice Care and Royston Methodist Church.

Then, next weekend, the Royston Fringe Art Exhibition will be on at the same venue on both Saturday and Sunday, with all welcome to put their artwork on display.

An entry form and details of how to enter are at – or to find out more, call Joan Munden on 01763 241217.


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