BLACK Country talent will be showcased at Brierley Hill Civic Hall this month in a concert hosted by the Gentlemen Songsters Male Voice Choir.

The event will take place on Thursday June 22 as a precursor to the Black Country Festival.

Guests will include Celine Dion tribute Alexandra Darby, award-winning musical maestro Chris Passey from Stourbridge, comedienne and Britain’s Got Talent finalist Ava Abley, musical duet String of Roses, multi-talented Miss-Ellaneous and the Tipton Community Choir.

Event co-ordinator for the Songsters, Phil Holden, said: “Last year was a complete sell out and this year’s line-up is a phenomenal array of talent from across the Black Country.

“This should be a really great evening and we urge people to apply for tickets now as they’re going fast. We’re extremely grateful to all the artists giving up their valuable time to not only entertain but also benefitting two wonderful charitable causes.”

A raffle will be held on the night in aid of Access in Dudley - which champions disability access to services, transport and buildings; and Prostate Cancer Research - a cause close to the hearts of many of the Songsters.

Tickets are available for £15 online at

Doors will open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

A limited number of stalls tickets are left and then balcony tickets will be available for £12.