London Gay Mens Chorus

On the 23.4.15, in conjuction with the Royal Free Charity; the London Gay Mens Chorus (LGMC) came to perform for free at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead.

Starting with flash mob performances in communal areas on masse and then proceeding with two smaller chorus’s visiting many of our wards that included elderly wards, orthapedic and trauma, neurology, kidney, liver and infectious diseases.

The singers lined the walls of the wards and sang their hearts out, singing appropriate and soothing melodies - patients, staff and visitors all benefited from the entertainment.

Elaine Donnellon Voluntary services manager                          

“On behalf of the Royal Free Charity, I am delighted to have helped bring the LGMC to come and perform at the Royal Free Hospital, events such as this really helps to normalise and enhance our hospital environment as well as bringing a touch of musical therapy and entertainment. The singers and composers seemed to enjoy it as much as those who were lucky enough to catch them, they are welcome back anytime“.                      

John D Carrion - LGMC Chairman

“It was an absolute honour and privilege to perform at the Royal Free.  We were thrilled with the opportunity to bring our message of hope and love to the community at the Royal Free.  We very much hope to continue and expand the relationship with the Royal Free and invite all members of the community to our concert at Cadogan Hall on 10 and 11 June 2016. Details at”

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