MUSIC from across the years will be on offer when the Ludensian Singers take to the stage at Nichol Hill Methodist Church in Louth on Wednesday, May 23.
The choir’s extensive and eclectic repertoire takes in a range of music, with their current programme including a 1960s medley and songs from the shows, as well as music by Howard Goodall, Smokey Robinson and Abba.
And the concert, which starts at the earlier time of 7pm, will also feature the talented Kidgate Boys Choir.
This year, the Ludensian Singers has decided to support two local charities - Louth & District MS Society and The Windsor Resource Centre (Sense).
A presentation will also be made at the concert to last year’s nominated charity - The Hubbard’s Hills Trust.
Tickets for the concert cost £5 and are available from choir members, the Leader office, Eve & Ranshaw or by calling 01472 398501.