Treorchy Male Choir

Treorchy Male Choir

Treorchy Male Choir

Saturday 3rd September 2022 at 7:30pm

St Peter’s and St Saviour’s Church, South Street, Eastbourne

For 130 years the Treorchy Male Choir has been recognised as one of the greatest choral ensembles of all time. Early competition victories were followed by regular radio and television broadcasts, feature films and an unequalled number of commercial recordings. The Choir has given Royal Command Performances, appeared alongside international entertainers and undertaken an enviable number of tours around the world.

Tickets: £22.50  Unreserved and by advanced ticket purchase only. No concessions are available.

Refund Policy: As a fundraising event, tickets are non-refundable for any reason. This applies even if the event is cancelled due to circumstances beyond the control of the Rotary Club of Eastbourne.

Seating: Doors open at 7:00pm. Please arrive in plenty of time as seating is unallocated.

Access: Six wheelchair access spaces are available in the side aisles.

Refreshments: Light refreshments are available in the interval.

Running Time: Approximately 2 Hours and 15 minutes.

Extra Donations: There will be an opportunity to make extra donations at the time of booking and in a retiring collection at the end of the performance.

Organiser: Bob Hamblyn

How to Book


Phone the Box Office
Call 01736 810181 if you do not have email or a mobile phone. Opening Hours are 10am to 3:30pm Mondays to Fridays.

Use the QR Code below

Celebrity Quotes – Look at what people are saying about the world-famous Treorchy Male Choir

Sir Bryn Terfel CBE: “The Choir is arguably a legendary musical organisation which has been a great ambassador for Wales across the world since its reformation seventy years ago.”

Dame Shirley Bassey DBE: “Congratulations to the Treorchy Male Choir on many fabulous years of performance. You are a wonderful ambassador for the Land of Song.”

Sir Tom Jones: “There is nothing like the sound of a Welsh Male Choir and the Treorchy is the finest. They have represented the best of the Welsh voice for generations with honour and integrity. They are international ambassadors.”

Sir Anthony Hopkins: “As a Welshman that can’t sing, I never feel more proud to be Welsh than when I hear the Treorchy Male Choir – the Master Choir of them all. If I could sing, I would apply for membership myself.”


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