Pride concert “in NöD and LusT” with Stockholm Gay choir

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2017-08-01 19:00 - 2017-08-01 21:00
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Did you miss the celebrated Spring Concert … or want to see the Gaykör (Gay choir) again? Now you’ll get the chance again. So do not miss it!

Stockholm Gaykör, in collaboration with Playhouse Theater, hereby invites you to the Pride Concert “in NöD and LusT” to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the choir as well as the start of this year’s Stockholm Pride 2017.

Listen to beautiful well-dressed musical choir songs and music with love and pain at its best! Conductor: Jerry Adbo

August 1, at. 19:00.
Playhouse theater, Drottninggatan 71A, subway: Hötorget.

Tickets are purchased via the choir’s website & at the entrance 1 hour before the concert.
Ticket price 200 kr. | Website & entrance with showcase Stockholm Pride festival ticket: 150 kr.

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