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The Singing Bobbies of London Town
Concert at St. Paul's, Convent Garden, 2013, Photo Credit: London Ambulance Service
The internationally famous The Metropolitan Police Male Voice Choir has been raising charity for many years, having so far raised a total of £750,000. The the ensemble of thirty consists of retired and serving officers, as well as civilian staff. They have performed in all the major churches and halls in London, including St.Pauls Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral, St Martins-in-the-Field, All Souls, the Royal Albert Hall, Fairfield Halls Croydon, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Guildhall, the Royal Festival Hall, and the Barbican. For the choir's summer concert on the 16th May, they will be performing at Regent's Hall from 7.30pm.
The choir sings a wide range of music, from The Beatles and Elvis to Wagner and Spirituals. This concert will have pop, classical, rock, and traditional, making it enjoyable for all ages and tastes. Tickets are £16, and all the money raise will go to Evelina Children's Hospital.