Barry Male Voice Choir visits Pembrokeshire in April

Saturday 19th March 2022 4:50 pm
Siblings Dinty, Mike and Jan - the Neyland-Barry connection.
Siblings Dinty, Mike and Jan - the Neyland-Barry connection. (Pic. supplied )

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A Family Affair: On its forthcoming trip to West Wales Barry Male Voice Choir is performing in Queens Hall, Narberth on Friday, April 1 at 7 pm (doors open 6.30 pm) with guests Neyland Ladies Choir and local starlet Jess Robinson.

This is not the first time The Boys in Blue have taken the stage with Neyland Ladies all because of a family connection between the choirs.

BMVC baritone and stage manager Mike Sanderson – known as Sandy to the choir - is the brother of sisters Dinty Jenkins and Jan Norbury, both long-standing members of Neyland.

Dinty is “very much looking forward to performing again for the first time since 2020 and three years after we had a fantastic weekend in Barry. The singing in the concert - and in the club afterwards was something to remember!”

Mike’s RAF career took him all over the world but after settling in Barry he joined the male voice choir there.

“I absolutely love it,” he says.

“Great singing, great company – what’s not to like?”

Jess needs no introduction to Pembrokeshire audiences and she has also performed with the Barry choir on their home patch and also in the Royal Albert Hall for the 2018 London Welsh Festival.

Jess Robinson
Jess Robinson (pic. supplied )

After Friday night in Queen’s Hall, BMVC will enjoy breakfast in their Tenby hotel before singing on Saturday, April 2 in St. David’s Cathedral at 12 noon, followed by dinner in Tenby and some R&R to round off the weekend.

Barry Male Voice Choir
Barry Male Voice Choir (Pic. supplied )

Tickets are on sale now for the Friday night. Doors open 6.30 pm, curtain up at 7 pm. Visit the Queens Hall website for more information.

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