Hundreds of singers will fill the streets of Wrexham this month. As the popular choir festival, Wrexham Singing Streets, returns to the town centre on Saturday, September 28th.
This is the fourth year the choir festival has taken place. The event is organised by local MP Ian Lucas. Who is in partnership with Wrexham Glyndwr University, Wrexham Council and John Jones Quality Acoustics. Also, more than 30 choirs have signed up to take part. They will perform for the public free of charge at various locations around the town centre throughout the day.
Mr Lucas said: “I’m immensely proud of Wrexham Singing Streets and I am also grateful to the many people who work so hard to make the event such a success. There are choirs from all over, some of which come a very long way to take part in our event to promote what a positive place Wrexham is.” Moreover, Wrexham Glyndwr University Vice-Chancellor Professor Maria Hinfelaar added: “Singing Streets has been a huge success for the town and we’re delighted to have been closely involved in the festival right from the start.”
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