Men in General

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Sunday, 19 May 2019 – 6.30pm for 7.00pm

Male vocal a cappella singing and comedy

Features members of The Singing Sous’Chefs (UK), The Spooky Men’s Chorale (Australia), A Fistful of Spookies (UK), Mumbo Jumbo plus a Bargain Hunt expert and a Geography graduate.

Men In General are quadruplets separated at birth, recently re-united by a social networking site and now talking & singing Billy Joel, Lou Reed, Red Molly, Meghan Trainor, Marvin Gaye, Joe Jackson, Coope Boyes & Simpson, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Stills, Tom Jones, The Beach Boys, The Spooky Men’s Chorale & many more top lyrics.

Men In General mix à cappella classics with comedy, advice on relationships, fashion, home baking, parking and the tender side of Man. Includes highly interactive flights of fancy. Fast-moving and funny.

A four-piece force of male vocal antics not to be missed. The show features indoor parachute jumping, a road movie, a painting by Edward Hopper, unusual hobbies, a pub at midnight and mistakes anyone could make.

‘musicality and life enriching’ Rod Clements, Lindisfarne

‘a cross between Coope, Boyes & Simpson and The New Rope String Band!’ Karen Tweed

‘Completely blown away… a fabulous evening’ Sylvia, Wisbech Library

‘totally off the end of the pier’ Severn Sailing Club

‘fluid and funny and warm’ Birchwood Hall

‘an à cappella dream’ Gracie Hinitt

The venue is situated on Brookfield Gardens in the site of the old Unitarian Church. Licensed bar available. Parkfor free after 6.30pm at West Kirby Concourse as no on street parking. Only 4 minutes walk away.



West Kirby Arts Centre
29 Brookfield Gardens
West Kirby
CH48 4EL


The Arts Centre is located half-way down a residential road in the centre of West Kirby. If you are driving to attend one of our events or classes, we ask kindly that you park your car at the West Kirby Concourse car park, which is a 2 min walk from The Arts Centre. Brookfield Road and Brookfield Gardens have very limited spaces and should be made available for residents.