The unmissable MEN IN GENERAL – a date for your diary:
Thursday 23 April 2015 – doors open at 7pm for a 7:30pm start at St Swithun’s Institute, The Trinity, Worcester WR1 2PN
Two sets followed by a communal pint in a pub of your choice!
Tickets £10 each – available via PayPal:
If you want more than one ticket, you can order
à cappella quintuplets – a barometer of Blokedom
à cappella * great songs * comedy * understanding men
‘a cross between Coope, Boyes & Simpson and The New Rope String Band!’ Karen Tweed
‘musicality and life enriching’ Rod Clements, Lindisfarne
Features members of The Singing Sous’Chefs, The Spooky Men’s Chorale (Australia) and Bargain Hunt.
Men In General mix à cappella classics with comedy, advice on relationships, what not to wear and the tender side of blokedom. Includes highly interactive flights of fancy. Fast-moving and funny.
A five-piece force of male vocal antics not to be missed. The show includes indoor parachute jumping, a road movie, a painting by Edward Hopper, unusual hobbies for men, a pub at midnight and mistakes anyone could make.
Men In General are quintuplets, so they say, separated at birth, recently re-united by a social networking site and now talking & singing Billy Joel, Lou Reed, Red Molly, Marvin Gaye, Joe Jackson, Coope Boyes & Simpson, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Stills, Tom Jones, The Beach Boys, The Spooky Men’s Chorale & other top lyrics. Chances of that?
Previous show Alive Again! was directed by John Nicholson of Peepolykus Theatre Company and played 200 shows across the British Isles.
‘Move over The King’s Singers!’ Llanarmon-yn-Lal
‘The Goons in harmony’ Alrewas
‘Music so good, I had to close my eyes’ Frome Festival
‘witty chat and lovely, uplifting music’ BBC 5Live Men’s Hour
‘Full hall, great vibe, fabulous voices, dubious suits. Just the ticket.’ Rural Arts Wiltshire & S.Gloucs
‘you’re our X-factor’ Lowsonford
‘Exquisite harmonies’ Bruce Gomersall
my jaws haven’t stopped aching’ Heanor
‘feast of entertaining music, comedy, contemporary topical comment, wit and banter’ Harvington Trust
‘You couldn’t get anything as good as that in Lichfield’ Hill Ridware
‘great complicity’ Bredon’s Norton
‘totally off the end of the pier’ Severn Sailing Club