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Gospel choir bring curtain down on Christian Arts Festival

Where: Princess Hall, Cheltenham Ladies' College

When: Sunday, May 12, 7pm

A London-based gospel choir are performing in Cheltenham on Sunday evening (May 12) as the finale to a local Christian Arts Festival.

Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir will give a concert at Princess Hall, Cheltenham Ladies' College, from 7pm.

The choir was born in 2005 on the premise that this is the most exciting and spirit-filled music around - irresistible to everyone!

They have sung at festivals all over the country, as well as on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 4. They are on a mission to share the beauty and transforming quality of gospel music in places where it isn't usually heard - in Anglican and Catholic churches as well as secular settings such as London's Jazz Café.

They sing monthly at St James' Church in Piccadilly and the whole choir are coming to Cheltenham for this festival and to work with local schools.

The choir will share the joy, power and soulful groove of contemporary gospel music.

Doors open at 6.15pm and there's a cash bar in the hall so you can come and relax with a drink first.

Tickets are £14.50, £5 students and available through the Christian Arts Festival website.

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