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Tattenhall Singers at Chester Jazz Festival
The Show must go on!

Tattenhall Singers braved a truly Glastonbury-like downpour on Sunday afternoon to give two performances to celebrate Chester Choir Day. The event at Alexander's Jazz Bar in Chester was hosted by local composer, musical director and performer Matt Baker. We rescued our equipment from the deluge and in truly professional style we braved the elements, determined that 'the show must go on'. Our very plucky audience wisely took shelter!

With impromptu community singing led by Matt and with the rain still pouring from the heavens, Alexander's managed to quickly reorganise everything for our second set so that we could perform under cover.

Tattenhall Singers are having a bit of a social get-together on Tuesday, 7 July in '1836' from 8pm. If anyone is thinking of joining the group and would would like to come along for a drink and some tapas, then please feel free to pop in. Contact details are on the 'Directory' page.

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