London Gay Men's Chorus

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The London Gay Men's Chorus is a choir for gay men based in London. It was founded in 1991 by a group of gay men who had been meeting at London Friend to play CDs. They decided to put on a charity concert at Angel Underground station, which drew such crowds that the station had to be closed.[1]

With around 190 singing members and over 230 members in total, the London Gay Men's Chorus is now Europe’s largest and best known gay choir.

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  1. Alex Needham, "A Band of Brothers". The Guardian, 4 May 2012