Johns' Boys Welsh Male Choir - As Seen on Britain's Got Talent
Experience the unforgettable sound of Johns' Boys Welsh Male Choir as The Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists embark on their 2024 UK Tour. . The choir recently appeared on The Royal Variety show and have also released their debut single ‘Biblical’ which went straight to number one in the ITUNES Classical charts. Johns’ Boys brings a groundbreaking, modern twist to the traditional Welsh Male Voice Choir. Enjoy breathtaking covers of Calum Scott’s Biblical and Harry Styles’ Falling plus modern twists on well known classics, like their stunning take on the famous Welsh hymn tune ‘Calon Lan’
Johns’ Boys Welsh Male Choir from Wrexham, North Wales is one of the most decorated British male choirs in history. The choir have won numerous choral competitions and in 2019 became the first British Male Voice Choir to win the prestigious Pavarotti ‘Choir of the World’ prize at the Llangollen International music festival. They have made numerous TV appearances, including The Last Night of the Proms, Britain's Got Talent,The Royal Variety Show and the Netflix blockbuster drama Stay Close. They are in great demand on the concert platform performing in prestigious theaters throughout Great Britain including The Apollo, Hammersmith,The Royal Albert Hall, London , Birmingham Symphony Hall Birmingham and the Millennium Theatre Cardiff. The choir regularly sings in the Principality Stadium for Welsh Rugby Union home international games. The choir have gathered millions of new followers since appearing on the live shows of Britain's Got Talent and were described by Simon Cowell as “a brilliant choir. I love them!”
Wynne Evans is a broadcaster, presenter and opera singer with a daily radio show on BBC Radio Wales. He is known by many as the star of the ‘Go Compare’ TV advert and was recently crowned the 2023 ‘Celebrity Masterchef Champion’.
Venue CymruVenue Cymru, Promenade,
Llandudno, Conwy LL30 1BB
Fri 1 March
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