ThreeWeeks in Brighton reviews the Festival each year. Here’s what they had to say about us in 2009:

Rainbow Chorus Presents Choral Propaganda
Rainbow Chorus
Rainbow Chorus promised an evening of Berlin cabaret, songs on gay rights, women's rights and from the world of 1930s socialism; a promise they kept and then some. Playing to an almost packed Old Market, they filled the beams with beautiful harmonies and historically charged words, whilst the conductor offered welcome historical insights into each propaganda song performed, giving us a deeper understanding of what we were hearing. The choir concluded the evening with a rousing rendition of Benjamin Britten's 'Advance Democracy' which left everyone in the audience moved to applause. The perfectly pitched performance was amazing and I enjoyed the history lesson, though I'm not sure it would have held everybody's interest.
The Old Market, 21 May, 7.45pm, £10.00 (£8.00), fringe pp42.
tw rating 3/5
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We had the huge pleasure of performing with Hazel O’Connor in the Festival Fringe in 2007:

“The chorus members were wonderful to work with and we created such a vibe together ... I’d love to take them out on the road with me” - Hazel O’Connor