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Soho Square singers in good voice for breast cancer charity

Tenovus Cancer Care has run 19 choirs in London and Wales over last seven years

04 December, 2016

Singers in Soho Square

A CHOIR of people who have been affected by cancer filled Soho Square with the sound of music.

The group – all part of the Tenovus Cancer Care choir – performed a song from a play called Genesis, about breast cancer prediction and prevention.

The play, created in partnership with the Prevent Breast Cancer charity was developed by late actress Morag Siller, and continued in her memory after she died from the disease in April this year.

Tenovus Cancer Care, which has run 19 choirs in London and Wales over the past seven years, believe singing in groups can benefit those who are unwell by bringing people together, sharing experiences and feeling the joy of singing.

For more information or to join a choir, which is open to anyone who had been affected by the disease, including carers, survivors, and family member and those who have cancer, see: http://www.tenovuscancercare.org.uk/


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