Birmingham Icknield Male Voice Choir

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Service summary

BIMVC is the oldest Male Voice Choir in the Midlands. Formed before the turn of the 19th century. We're always looking for concert venues to help your organisation raise funds or to publicize any activity. If any gentleman is looking for a choir to join, please contact us via our website www.bimvc.org.uk.

We look forward to hearing from you. 

Service details

The choir is Birmingham's oldest, having been founded in 1900. We have approximately 50 members. We appear at venues throughout the area and further afield.

Opening times

 Rehearsals weekly on  Tuesdays at 7.30pm in the Grimshaw room behind St. Chad's Cathedral in Birmingham. Very close the Snow Hill Station for easy access to trains to & from Solihull

Area served

West Midlands, Birmingham, Solihull

Accessibility

Plenty of secure "free" parking at the Grimshaw room. All on ground floor with disabled toilet for wheel chair users

Price

Annual subs vary between £75 & £100 pa. 

The page was last updated on 10 May 2016

Main address

Grimshaw Room
St Chad's Cathedral
Shadwell Street
Birmingham
B4 6EU

Main telephone

0121 3560472

Organisation email

john.warr@care4free.net

Website

www.bimvc.org.uk

Contact

John Warr : Concert Secretary

Contact telephone

0121 3560472

Contact email

bimvchoir@gmail.com

Documents

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Photo Join the Choir or book us to raise money for your charity or organisation BIMVC Choir Photo 2013.jpg 2472546