• The Gay Outdoor Club asked EGMC to sing at their annual gathering in Comrie, Perthshire this year and we were delighted to be involved. Our audience were warm and receptive to our dulcit tones and our own version of The Happy Wanderer with GOC overtones was a particular favourite!

    Check out our photo gallery from the event

  • EGMC at the Out Of The Blue, Drill Hall

    Scottish Adoption invited EGMC along to their LGBT information evening to open proceedings, performing four of our favourite numbers. Out Of The Blue at the Drill Hall on Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh has great acoustics and our guys certainly know how to belt out a tune! We were well received and are proud to support this important charity.

    Wednesday, 5th March 2014

  • EGMC open evening congregation

    Another successful night was had at our latest open evening. Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus open their doors at the Abbey Mount Centre to a great mix of current, new and returning members and we look forward to performing with an even greater number at our upcoming concerts and appearances.

    Tuesday, 21st January 2014

  • EGMC with Sanjeev Kohli

    A dedicated band of EGMC'ers turned up to BBC Radio Scotland's Edinburgh studios at Holyrood as guest musicians for Sanjeev Kohli's Christmassy take on the Culture Studio. Singing a selection of traditional Christmas numbers, EGMC's Duncan Reddish and Steven Wren took to the microphone to speak to Sanjeev about what the Chorus had been up to since we were last on air on the show.

    Monday, 23rd December 2013

  • EGMC performing at Serenity Café

    EGMC were delighted to be part of a concert at Edinburgh's Serenity Café by Holyrood to perform for LGBT Centre for Health and Wellbeing's event. Performing alongside Edinburgh’s finest LGBT artistic community members, we performed a solid set to a fantastic audience. 

    Sunday, 8th December 2013 

  • EGMC performing at Glasgow University

    Fresh from a highly successful night at the Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh for the EGMC winter concert 2013, "What's In A Name?", our men headed west in our very own Priscilla-style tour bus to reprise the show for a new, Glasgow audience. Waverley Care hosted us at Glasgow University Union and we were thrilled to be able to raise even more money for this important charity. 

    Tuesday, 26th November 2013

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  • EGMC sing at winter concert

    Our men performed to a packed house tonight for sixth winter concert What's In A Name at the Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh. Comprising modern hits, old favourites and of course a show tune or two, EGMC celebrated the names of those loved, lost or loathed; from Abba to Blondie, Donald to Valerie. The concert supported Waverley Care; Scotland’s leading charity for the care and support of people living with HIV or Hepatitis C.

    Saturday, 23rd November

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  • Duncan and Angus at BBC Radio Scotland

    Always keen to promote to new audiences, EGMC secured a spot on Janice Forsyth's excellent Culture Studio show on BBC Radio Scotland today. Talking about the upcoming winter concert, What's In A Name, EGMC's Duncan Reddish and Angus Mcleod explored what audiences can expect at the Church Hill Theatre this weekend, supporting Waverley Care and what being a member of Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus is all about.

    Thursday, 21st November

  • The Chrous drew a good crowd of old and new members for their open evening; a chance for all to come along, meet our guys and hear us sing. EGMC does not audition, so this relaxed, informal event run twice yearly is a great opportunity to find out if joining Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus is for you over a glass of wine or a snack. Always on the look-out for new people, if you are unable to attend one of our open evenings, you can still contact us for more information

    Tuesday, 20th August 2013

  • EGMC performing at summer concert, Manatomy

    Voices chiming and feet stomping, EGMC set hands clapping at Edinburgh's Church Hill Theatre tonight for their latest concert, Manatomy: The Anatomy of Love Through Song. Featuring a fun and ocassionally riské repertoire of songs featuring body parts, tonight's performance represents Edinburgh Gay Men's Chrous' sixth successful summer show. Supporting Waverley Care, Scotland’s leading charity providing care and support to people living with HIV or Hepatitis C, our audience gave generously to their bucket-shakers.


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