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A Sunday Afternoon Of Song With Guildford Vox And Modern Day Troubador Dan Whitehouse

Published on: 14 Feb, 2017
Updated on: 14 Feb, 2017

Guildford Vox is a friendly and popular community choir which meets on Monday evenings at the Trinity Centre in Guildford High Street.

At 2.30pm on Sunday, March 5, the choir will be joined by Dan Whitehouse, a singer songwriter with an original take on modern folk and blues, for an afternoon of song at Holy Trinity Church.

A talented songwriter and storyteller, a modern day troubadour, Dan Whitehouse has spent a lifetime in Britain’s industrial heartland with a brief detour along the hippie trail when his parents decided to board the magic bus to Katmandu and San Francisco in the 1970s, and then to London as an eighteen year old, his prodigious talent making him a sought after guitarist.

Dan Whitehouse.

Guildford Vox’s repertoire consists of contemporary and traditional songs from the British Isles and around the world. They learn by call and response and sing rich, unaccompanied harmonies.

Proceeds from the concert will go to the charity Pets as Therapy. Tickets are £9 in advance from Guildford Tourist Information Centre. Call 01483 444334 or visit Tickets can also be purchased from Ben’s Collector’s Records, at 5 Tunsgate. Tickets on the door will cost £10 (accompanied children under 16 free).

For more information about Guildford Vox Community Choir, visit



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