Singing in Sidcup

I was at a music evening organised by the Old Bexley and Sidcup Conservative Association and hosted by Chislehurst & Sidcup Grammar School. The music was performed by the students and ranged from jazz to madrigals via rock, gospel and classical choral.

They were fantastic.

The trouble with saying that they were great is that I would probably say that even if they were rubbish, but they weren’t. I have always been a little bit envious of people with musical talent (having almost none myself) and these young people really made me green.

If you get a chance to see the Chis & Sid students perform jump at the opportunity, you won’t regret it.

2 responses to “Singing in Sidcup

  1. Why are the schools sending their students to party political events? If this was done in a Labour borough, and involved students being forced to sing at a Labour party event, I am sure you would condemn it.

  2. Why are the schools sending their students to party political events? If this was done in a Labour borough, and involved students being forced to sing at a Labour party event, I am sure you would condemn it.

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