London Gay Men's Chorus

About Us

The London Gay Men’s Chorus (also known as the LGMC, or the Chorus) is Europe’s biggest gay men’s chorus and the UK’s biggest male voice choir.

This is an exciting stage for the charity as we launch our new vision, mission and values to guide the development of the Chorus on the next stage of our journey. Our vision – or the change we want to see in the world – is “Everyone Brought Together Through Song”.

Our part in making this vision real (also known as our mission) is to “create, enable and connect confident voices across communities with fun, hope, love, joy and fearless allyship”. And we’re guided by our values of “all-in, harmony, community and transformation”.

We were founded in 1991 when nine brave singers first performed as “The Gay Choir” at Angel tube station. We have since evolved into a performing arts charity with more than 300 members including over 200 performers. Our first performance was to raise money for the Terrence Higgins Trust, and we are proud to continue this tradition and work regularly with many other charities and partners.

A small team of professionals – including this role – support our two standing choirs who perform throughout the year and at short series of concerts in both the summer and winter. We regularly take part in LGBTQ+ and Arts festivals in the UK, Europe and sometimes further afield. Recent collaborations have included West End shows, TV productions, performances at embassies, and Pride-based events.

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