When you go to a show, usually the goal is to have a good time. And The Choir Of Man is all about having a good time. Think Rock Of Ages without all of the cheesy ’80s hair. On the road for the first time in the U.S., The Choir Of Man is a whole lot of fun.
A concert is set in a pub with a real working bar from which the cast members will pull pints and invite audience members on stage to join in on the action.
This production boasts a cast of nine men who are world-class singers, dancers, and instrumentalists. They sing just about everything from pub tunes to Broadway and classic rock with songs from Queen, Paul Simon, Guns N Roses, Sia, Katy Perry, and Adele on the set list.
“Wake Me Up” opens the show and sets the audience up for a mesmerizing 90 minutes full of breathtaking harmonies and heartfelt serenades. But that’s not all. There are acrobatics and tap dancing as well as bagpipes and ukuleles, making for an odd but winning mix.
The Scottish Daily Mail calls The Choir Of Man “part Stomp, part boy band, part West End musical, resulting in an exhilarating eclectic mix of old classics and recent pop tunes accompanied by high-octane choreography.”
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October 19 • The Clyde Theatre