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PHOTOS FROM WATERLOOVILLE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2019

Tuesday 14th June

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LUNCHES SERVED from 12noon



12.30pm at St George’s Church:

PAUL TAYLOR

playing your favourite music on the piano



St George’s Church, Waterlooville, 7.30pm - licensed bar opens 7pm

TICKETS £6 IN ADVANCE, £7 ON THE DOOR

PORTSMOUTH MILITARY WIVES CHOIR




One of the five founder Military Wives Choirs, and probably the most prestigious of them all being based in the UK’s greatest military City of Portsmouth, their hit album In My Dreams shot to No 1 in the UK Charts in 2012.

With around 70 members, the Portsmouth Choir is one of the largest  of over 70 Military Wives Choirs in the UK.

Over the years the Choir has performed at many high profile events, including the 2015 D Day celebrations at the Royal Albert Hall, and some regular venues include The Kings Theatre, Southsea, Worthing Assembly Hall, Romsey Abbey and Guildford Cathedral. The Choir often accompanies the Royal Marines Association Concert Band. Performances have also included television and radio appearances.

The Choir also performs regularly at important events to mark Military commemorations, and Remembrance Day. November 2019 saw the Choir feature at the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance and Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of D Day and the Battle of Normandy, at The Point, Eastleigh. (Tickets for that event were £11 - you will not normally get an opportunity to enjoy this fantastic and famous choir for just £6!).

The Portsmouth Military Wives Choir visited Waterlooville Music Festival for the first time in 2018, and the evening was a complete sell-out. We expect the same to happen this year, so strongly recommend that you secure your tickets well in advance.



Portsmouth Military Wives Choir at the Royal Albert Hall

Military Wives Choir:
Wherever you are.
Festival of Remembrance 2011, Royal Albert Hall.

In 2018 the Military Wives Choirs released their latest Album, “Remember” to mark Armed Forces Day 2018.

This commemorative album tells the Military Wives Choirs’ unique story in collaboration with military musicians from across the three services through a combination of exciting new compositions and traditional songs, to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.

The thousand voices appearing on this album represent the families at home and those who served, both then and now.

The album is available from HMV, Independent record stores, and Amazon. Also on Amazon Prime Music.

For more details, and streaming, click here.

Portsmouth Military Wives Choir:
Make you feel my love.
Ferneham Hall, Fareham.

Portsmouth Military Wives Choir at Waterlooville Music Festival - ‘sold out’ concert, 2018

No 1 on the Official Film Chart - July 2020

Military Wives

This feel-good film starring Sharon Horgan and Kristin Scott Thomas based on the Military Wives Choirs promises to be a tearjerker.
A story of friendship, love and support of women left behind at a military base while their husbands are at war.

See the film, now released on Amazon Prime Video & Sky Cinema - then see the REAL CHOIR at Waterlooville Music Festival

View the film trailer:

Checking in at the BBC Radio 2 Studio for a performance on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show (November 2018)

Alongside HMS Victory, for a performance at the Historic Dockyard

2022