The Nottingham Park Garden Trail is held every two years and brings together a community of gardeners, who, for one afternoon only, welcome the public into their gardens to view hidden parts of The Park not...more
Lace City Ladies reaching for the stars in St Louis, USA.
We are a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, based in Nottinghamshire, UK. We have won gold in the Region 31 (U.K., Ireland and Netherlands championship) six times. We won our 7th Gold in May 2017 and in October 2018 travelled...more
A member of Lace City Chorus had the shock of her life during the Christmas concert when her long term partner...more
Celebrations all round as the chorus celebrate winning gold at the Sweet Adelines Region 31 competition in Newcastle.
Glenn Chaney, Director of Lace City Chorus, is delighted that the chorus will now compete in the world championship in St Louis in Missouri.
He said: “I couldn't...more
On Saturday 11th March we were thrilled to be part of the very first National Signing Choir Competition.
This wasn’t our first experience of signing musicians. Last October we organised a concert with local music groups and one of our guest acts was Radcliffe Community Signing Choir. The...more
We love taking our music to all sorts of audiences and we're really looking forward to this event.
Southwell is well known as a centre of high quality music. If you've ever had the pleasure of attending an event at the...more
Lace City Chorus launched another of its popular singing courses on Nov 2nd. Over 75 women from all over Nottinghamshire attended the first of 6 rehearsals. The course will run for 6 weeks. Participants will be included in the chorus Christmas shows, which will be held at Nottingham Trent...more
In October 2015, our chorus members flew to Las Vegas to compete in the Sweet Adelines International Convention which is the World Championships of barbershop singing. Over 30 regional winning choruses from around the world competed in the semi-finals, with the top 10 going through to the final...more
Lace City Chorus was pleased and proud to receive its recognised charity status in July 2015. This status was granted in recognition of the work that we do in the community through our development of musical skills and our various performances.