THE much-celebrated African Children's Choir has performed at many impressive venues over the years, including The Royal Albert Hall, Madison Square Gardens, Carnegie Hall and even the White House.
However, on Wednesday, September 9 they will be showcasing their vocal talent at a warehouse in Mallusk when they perform for Pastor George McKim and his congregation at 'The People's Church Newtownabbey.'
Founded in 1984 by human rights activist, Ray Barnett, the Choir has given hope to thousands of African children. Now in its jubilee year, they remain a firm favourite all over the world.
For more information about the event or to find out more about the Choir's schedule during their visit to Northern Ireland, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 028 92666611.