In conjunction with the 2017 Bloomsbury Festival, King’s Cross welcomes ‘Bloomsbury Songs’ – celebrating a diverse London community in song.
Neighbouring Bloomsbury choirs, young and old, supported by musicians from The Goodensemble, perform newly commissioned songs, celebrating independence and the uplifting power of singing together. Taking part will be the Argyle School Choir and Great Ormond Street Hospital Staff and Parents Choir, amongst others.
The event is from the acclaimed team of composer Michael Henry and theatre-maker Emma Bernard, and will form part of an evolving Bloomsbury Festival songbook, celebrating all that Bloomsbury has to offer.
Bloomsbury Songs is in Pancras Square on Wednesday 18 October at 4.30pm and 6pm. If the weather is poor, the event will take place at The Crossing – the covered space between Central St Martins and Waitrose.
Bloomsbury Songs is a Bloomsbury Festival production supported by Arts Council England, Mischon de Reya & King’s Cross. To find out more about this year’s Bloomsbury Festival, and for a full line up of events, visit bloomsburyfestival.org.uk.