SPECTRUM Singers are appealing for new members and will be holding an evening of words and music at St Lawrence Church at Lavernock Point this weekend.

Saturday evening’s programme pays homage to the venue’s link to radio history with a collection of readings chosen and performed by Shelagh Greenland, a veteran of live dramas broadcast on BBC Radio.

The choir is also looking towards the future and is using the concert to launch an appeal for new voices, particularly tenors and basses and experienced choristers that can read music, as the Penarth-based a cappella group is keen to add to its number.

They are inviting those who would like their voice to be heard as part of the choir’s line up to listen to the choir in performance at St Lawrence and meet the singers over a glass of wine.

Spectrum Singers will be performing at St Lawrence Church, Lavernock Point on Saturday, September 27, from 6pm.

Following the concert Spectrum will also be holding open rehearsals throughout October for prospective new members. The choir meets on Wednesday evenings from 8pm in the Sports Hall at Tabernacle Baptist Church on Plassey Street. Sign up at http://www.spectrumsingers.org.uk/contact for further information.

Tickets for an ‘Evening with the Spectrum Singers’ cost £5 on the door and include a glass of wine.