WATERFORD HIGH HOPES CHOIR TO PLAY THEATRE ROYAL AGAIN

After a very successful performance at the Theatre Royal last year, the choir are taking to the stage again. 

 

POSITIVITY hit me harder than Rocky Balboa’s left hook at the Theatre Royal on Thursday evening last, November 18.The  Waterford High Hopes Choir took to the stage for the first time since February 2020 and for two magical  hours filled that wonderful space with happiness, harmonies and, as one would expect, hope.” Dermot Keyes. News and Star.

 

Tickets are available at www.theatreroyal.ie

24th November, 2022 at 8pm.  € 11.50

WATERFORD HIGH HOPES CHOIR WIN NATIONAL LOTTERY'S GOOD CAUSES, ARTS AND CULTURE AWARD 2022

Every year, the National Lottery's  Good Causes Awards celebrate the inspirational work carried out by many volunteers, coaches, care givers and extraordinary people all across Ireland, along with the organisations they represent. 

The Awards have seven categories: Sport, Health & Wellbeing, Heritage, Arts & Culture, Community, Youth and Irish Language.

This year’s National Lottery Good Causes Award for Arts and Culture went to the Waterford High hopes Choir highlighting the extraordinary work of the choir and how it has impacted the lives of people within the community.

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WATERFORD HIGH HOPES CHOIR SHARE STAGE WITH CELTIC TENORS

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Ned Kelly, Musical Director, In Tune for Life Youth Orchestra, invited the WHHC to share the stage at St. Mary's Church in Nenagh with the Youth Orchestra and the Celtic Tenors in aid of the A Team. The A Team is a charity for children with Autism, based in Tipperary 

The night was a tremendous success.

 

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“It was an honour to have the wonderful  Waterford High Hopes Choir perform with us in Nenagh, in front of 900 , people alongside the ‘Celtic Tenors’. They were  brilliant. What a night!” Ned Kelly, Musical Director, In Tune for Life Youth Orchestra.