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Johns’ Boys announce big Welsh concert after Britain’s Got Talent appearance

06 Jun 2023 2 minute read
Johns’ Boys will have announced a concert in Wrexham

The Welsh choir who not only conclusively proved that we are the Land of Song, but also made a huge impression on the millions watching this year’s Britain’s Got Talent have announced their first major concert.

Sadly, the choir were eliminated at the semi-final stage of the talent show but made new fans everywhere after performing a sublime version of Harry Styles’ ‘Falling’.

While they may have lost out to eventual winner Norwegian hi-vis fan Viggo Venn, the Rhosllanerchrugog choir who rehearse in a cowshed in north Wales are now planning for life post-BGT with the announcement of a Welsh concert.

The date at the 1200 capacity William Aston Hall in Wrexham on September 23 will see the choir take to the stage with a selection of their most popular songs.

Teasing the concert on their Facebook page they said that tickets would be on sale soon so to make a note of the date and look out for further details.

Speaking after their Britain’s Got Talent appearance Joe Bell from Johns’ Boys choir said: “Singing in the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals was an experience I will never forget. We were keen to improve on our already well-acclaimed audition performance, and I think we did!

“Hopefully we showed that men really can connect with each other as one through the power of song.

“This is just the start of our journey!”

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