Two choirs will join together to help raise money for local charities in a weekend of concerts and sing-outs.

Vocal High will be hosting choir leader Dominic Stichbury's - of the Spooky Men's Chorale - men's singing group 'Chaps Choir'.

The songsters will be travelling up from London for a weekend of fundraising song sharing and concerts.

They will be singing for Maggs Day Centre in Worcester and for the Pershore Wellbeing Hub on the evening of Friday, May 12 in Pershore Abbey and Saturday, May 13 at St Swithin's.

The concerts promise to be "an unforgettable night of songs and shenanigans", previous concerts have been described as "joy-inducing, heartstrings-pulling", "moving, witty and boisterous" and "remarkable and uplifting".

Last year, Vocal High performed three sold-out concerts in Pershore Abbey and Stanbrook Abbey, raising funds for the Red Cross in Ukraine, as well as giving a concert for Evesham Vale Welcomes Refugees.

The concert on May 12 is raising funds and awareness for the Pershore Wellbeing Hub - an organisation run by volunteers that works to support people with a range of needs in the Pershore community. Saturday's concert is in support of the fabulous work done by Maggs, helping homeless people in Worcester.

Vocal High have been bringing joy, in the form of songs of all shapes and sizes, to venues around Worcestershire for six years

The double-bill concert at Pershore Abbey begins at 7.30 on Friday, May 12, and tickets (£12) can be obtained from or from ‘Blue’ on Broad Street in Pershore.

Both choirs will also be performing on the following night (Saturday 13) at St Swithun’s Church in Worcester.

If you're in Worcester town on Saturday during the day, you may also catch the singers as they offer a 'flashmob' on the streets on their way down to perform at Worcester's first balloon festival.