The Rotary Club of Eastbourne has secured a not to be missed evening concert with the world-renowned Treorchy Male Choir, after the disappointment of an event cancelled in springtime because of Covid.

The 70 strong ensemble will travel from the Rhondda Valley in South Wales for the concert at St. Saviour’s and St. Peter’s Church at 7.30pm on Saturday, September 3,

From inauspicious beginnings in 1883 in the Red Cow Hotel, The Treorchy Male Choir has developed into what is probably the world’s most famous male voice ensemble.

The choir has shared a stage with some of the greats of the entertainment industry, including Sir Tom Jones, Dame Shirley Bassey, Katherine Jenkins and even Ozzy Osbourne!

Bob Hamblyn, on behalf of The Rotary Club of Eastbourne, said; “In this, our centenary year, we are honoured to welcome this legendary Welsh institution to our town. Tickets are on sale now and we look forward to a wonderful concert that will raise funds for our ‘Homes for Homeless’ centenary project.”

The Rotary Club of Eastbourne’s ‘Homes for Homeless’ initiative aims to develop four one-bedroom homes for those living on the streets of Eastbourne. The ambitious financial target will enable the rotary club to buy, refurbish and furnish a suitable site dedicated to providing a dignified abode for homeless people in the town.

All tickets sold for the event cancelled in April are still valid for the rearranged concert. For more information and to book, visit: https://homes-for-homeless.org/events/ or call the Box Office on 01736 810181.