Chorus performing
The MGLC performing Here Comes the Rain Again

Chorus rocks the Mining Exchange!

From goosebumps to clapping and cheering, there was a real buzz in the air last night at the Ballarat Mining Exchange. 

180 people filled the Mining Exchange to hear the Melbourne Gay and Lesbian Chorus and special guests shOUT Youth Chorus sing some classic Bowie and Lennox tunes. 

Highlights were Bowie and Freddie Mercury classic ‘Under Pressure’, Bowie’s haunting ‘Life on Mars’, Annie Lennox’s emotional ‘Why’, and the surprise fans making an appearance during the energetic encore, ‘Walking on Broken Glass’. Yes, perfectly timed colorful fans held by the performers seemed to burst out of nowhere to rapturous applause from the crowd!

So, who wants the Chorus to return?!

It really was wonderful to have the Chorus performing in Ballarat – thanks for the shout outs to Frolic Festival! It was lovely working with you! xx 

Music truly connects the whole LGBTIQA+ community – add a little theatre and pizazz and we really show up in numbers! 

And that’s why we’re excited to have the Frolic Cabaret Nights coming up VERY soon as part of Ballarat Winterfest. We can’t wait to have everyone join us for that too!

The Frolic Cabaret is across two nights – each night will feature different performers and performances. Some artist bios will be teased soon – get excited!

Tickets have started selling so we encourage you to get yours now so you don’t miss out – there is limited capacity! The Printers Room is a cosy venue!

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