Voices & Brass at St Elphin’s

flyer
Join us on and the wonderful sound that is Wingates Band on Saturday 17th March at St Elphin's Church, Warrington for an evening of Voices & Brass.    
Read More

Farewell, Sheila – loyal supporter, friend and critic

sheila-woodyatt
To the members of Warrington Male Voice Choir, former Mayor of Warrington Cllr Sheila Woodyatt was a loyal supporter, friend - and critic over many years. Along with her late husband Neville, she regularly attended choir concerts and really enjoyed herself. However, she was also not afraid to speak up if she thought something didn’t sound or look right. Following the Warring...
Read More

Terry Waite to speak and sign books at choir’s Christmas concert

terry%20waite%20-%20january%202017
Warrington Male Voice Choir Patron, Terry Waite CBE, will be in the audience for this year’s Christmas Voices Christmas Brass concert, on Saturday 16 December at Parr Hall at 7.30pm. However, as well as enjoying listening to Warrington Male Voice Choir and Leyland Band, adding his voice to the audience Christmas carol sing-along and saying a few words at some point during th...
Read More

Memorable picture helps Festival recognise women’s WW1 role

As well as remembering and honouring all those who have lost their lives in conflict, Saturday’s Festival of Remembrance at the Parr Hall, will also acknowledge the work done by members of the Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps during the First World War. The Festival programme will feature on its front cover (with the kind permission of the Imperial War Museum), one of the memora...
Read More

Service cadets prepare to go ‘on stage’ to remember.

poppy-petals-lie-on-the-ground-following-two-minute-silence-during-wmvc-rbl-festival-of-remembrance-1-11-2014
Sea, Army and Air Cadets from across Warrington are busy preparing to take part in this year’s Festival of Remembrance, being staged by Warrington Male Voice Choir at the Parr Hall on 4 November. Cadets have taken part in this event in previous years, but after saying last year they were keen to be more involved, that’s exactly what’s happening. This year, representatives fr...
Read More

Manchester Arena Attack

Warrington Male Voice Choir join in the revulsion felt following the Manchester Arena attack last night and our thoughts are with those killed or injured, with their families and friends and with others affected. As a choir we used our music to help build peace and reconciliation over many years, following the Warrington bombings in 1993. We used it again in 1996, following the...
Read More

Joint Concert with Chester MVC – 13th May 2017

Saturday 13th May 2017 saw us host a joint concert with our good friends from City of Chester MVC.  The concert was held at St Oswald's RC Church in Warrington. Its such a lovely sight and sound when two of the countries best Male Voice Choirs perform together in concert. For more photos see our Photo Gallery.  
Read More

People urged to ‘fill for the fallen’ on 6th November.

poppy-petals-lie-on-the-ground-following-two-minute-silence-during-wmvc-rbl-festival-of-remembrance-1-11-2014
People across Warrington are being urged to ‘fill for the fallen’ and come together at the Parr Hall on 6 November, to remember and honour those who lost their lives in the Great War and in other conflicts since and to mark the Centenary of World War 1. ‘We will remember them’ Festival of Remembrance 2016 is being staged by Warrington Male Voice Choir, in association with Th...
Read More

Geoff Higham – 1934 – 2016

t1-geoff-higham
It is with a saddened heart that earlier today, Thursday 13th October, Geoff Higham who was our longest serving member, passed away. Geoff was 82 years old and had been a member of the choir for 61 years.  He was a valued member of the 1st Tenor section.  Geoff was loved by everyone and will be missed by everyone.  Our deepest sympathies go to his wife Sheila and the fami...
Read More

Houghton Weavers

_phl5057
On Saturday 3rd September we performed at the Parr Hall in Warrington where we were joined by our guests, The Houghton Weavers. The Houghton Weavers have been entertaining folk for over 40 years - some might say they are still 'new' to the business, compared to Warrington Male Voice Choir who can trace their roots back to 1898, making us 118 years old!! Those of you who a...
Read More