Performance: The Choir with No Name

The Choir with No Name 2018

Join The Choir with No Name for a performance in the Barbican Art Gallery to celebrate the final week of ‘Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins’.

Established in 2008, The Choir with No Name is a charity running choirs for homeless and marginalised people in London, Liverpool and Birmingham. Rehearsing weekly and performing in a wide variety of places – from homeless hostels to concert halls – the group harnesses the restorative nature of singing together, reinstating a sense of pride and self-belief that may have been lost.

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