Image for Norway? Yes way! 30 handsome gay singers for Opera House

Norway? Yes way! 30 handsomegay singers for Opera House

Thirty stylish gay singers and an award winning musical stand-up comedian are travelling half the globe from Norway to deliver two marvelous nights of entertainment at the Sydney Opera House.

Same Same has four double passes to giveaway!

Norwegian all-gay choir Oslo fagottkor and their multi-talented mate Ingrid Bjørnov are heading for Mardi Gras with their show The Hills Are Stayin’ Alive next week and also join the parade on Saturday March 1 wearing their bright pink navy uniforms.

The describe their show as “a tribute to our favorite things, mixing various musical genres and styles with love and a sense of humour.”

“We’re celebrating our 10th anniversary with this flamboyant tour to fulfill a dream of sharing music and love with the world,” choir spokesperson Geir Pettersen enthuses.

“For ten years now we have specialised in pink sort of musical comedy, and we always think big. So for our anniversary we thought, what now? Well, nothing can be bigger than the Sydney gay and lesbian Mardi Gras, and the idea was born. ”

The choir has been featured in numerous big national and international events, including the Eurovision Song Contest, and at the World Outgames in 2009 the choir was declared World Champions of gay chorus.

Meanwhile, Ingrid Bjørnov is a big deal in Norway. She’s a musician, author, composer and entertainer. Her latest project involves playing classical music backwards.

Bjørnov famously gargled “O mio babbino caro” during the opening of the new opera house in Oslo, to the delight of a much-surprised audience of royals and VIPs. See it below.

The Hills Are Stayin’ Alive is happening on Wednesday February 26 and Thursday February 27 at Sydney Opera House. Booking details are here.

Same Same is giving away four double passes to see the show. Enter here.

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Incubus said on the 20th Feb, 2014

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