MONTHS of hard work and preparation by the members of the longest-established choir in Helensburgh will come to fruition at a concert in the town on Friday night.

The Helensburgh Dorian Choir is holding its 70th anniversary spring concert at the United Reformed Church in West Princes Street this Friday, May 10, at 7.30pm.

The programme will reflect just some of the history built up by the choir in all that time, with songs from each decade of its story, including a Lennon and McCartney medley, one of Abba’s greatest hits, songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats and Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods, and ending with a concert version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Trial By Jury.

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There will also be a chance to join choir members in the URC hall for celebratory refreshments after the concert.

Tickets (£10 adults, £5 for under-16s) are available from 1st Class in West Princes Street, from choir members, and at the door.

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