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Can't Take My Eyes Off You


Can't Take My Eyes Off You
Can't Take My Eyes Off You
Sat, 13. May 2017, 19:30 h
St George's Church - Kemp Town, Brighton
Deep C Divas, Rainbow Chorus

Event Description

If you thought a night with the Rainbow Chorus couldnt get any better, we are always looking for ways to improve. Stand by for a departure from our usual concerts as we roll out an evening of songs from the familiar, the not so familiar, to the downright quirky as the marvellous, beautiful sounding and often hilarious Yorkshire based, lesbian a capella singing group, The Deep C Divas, join the fun for one night only.

Gscene recently said... If you wonder where the LGBT community in Brighton is... Just go and see a Rainbow Chorus concert... Joining forces with the Deep C Divas will make for an even more entertaining evening of friendly rivalry and mutual admiration that will surely move you as well as make you smile and lift the heart. You won't be able to take your eyes off them.... Don't miss it!

Following the Rainbow Chorus's previous sell out summer and winter concerts, this event will be part of Brighton Fringe on Saturday 13th May 2017 and is bound to be another smash hit. Tickets for this concert are on sale now at £14/£10(concession)/£7(children) so get in early to avoid disappointment!


St George's Church
St George's Church - Website
St George's Road
Kemp Town, Brighton
United Kingdom


St George's Church is an Anglican church in the Kemptown area of Brighton, in the English city of Brighton and Hove. It was built at the request of Thomas Read Kemp, who had created and financed the Kemp Town estate on the cliffs east of Brighton in the early 19th century, and is now regarded as the parish church of the wider Kemptown area.

The church has a community centre at which various groups meet regularly, and a café, in the crypt below the building. The café is operated in partnership with a local special school. The crypt facilities were built (along with some supporting structural work for the rest of the church) with support from the European Union's "URBAN" regeneration fund, for which they had to compete with other local projects.

St George's also acts as one of Brighton's largest venues for alternative and folk music concerts.