The Choir of Man to release Christmas EP this December

Olivier-nominated The Choir of Man is set to release a festive six-track EP this Christmas season.

Christmas with The Choir of Man features a mix of classic Christmas songs and a brand-new original track, showcasing the unique and celebrated style of The Choir of Man.

Released 1 December, the EP will be available on CD at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End, the home of The Choir of Man, and digitally on major platforms.

The EP includes holiday favourites like This Christmas, Driving Home for Christmas and The Christmas Song, all infused with the group’s signature vibrant energy. The new original song, Spend the Rest of Christmas, adds a fresh and joyous note to the collection.

Meanwhile, The Choir Of Man continues its successful run at the Arts Theatre, with new tickets released for shows extending to June 2024. The show, now in its second sensational year, offers a unique pub experience blending musical hits from a diverse array of artists with dynamic performances, including tap dance and beautiful harmonies. Celebrated as an uplifting tribute to community and friendship, the show includes 90 minutes of exhilarating entertainment, complete with free beer for the audience.

Westway Music, the UK’s only musical theatre-focused label, is behind the release.

Neil O’Brien from Westway Music said: I am incredibly excited to be releasing this great collection of Christmas music on Westway. The show is just perfect for the festive season and already one of go to shows for Christmas this year in the West End and beyond!”

Jack Blume, music producer, arranger and orchestrator of Christmas with The Choir of Man added: It’s been an absolute joy bringing the unique sound of The Choir of Man to some of the season’s most beloved songs and working on our second ever original song. After living and breathing this festive record for 10 months, I can’t wait for everybody to hear what we’ve been cooking up.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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