A group of singers are getting together this Mardi Gras to perform two concerts in salute to the 30th anniversary of Mardi Gras.

Door In The Wall, who have performed sell-out shows at the last two Mardi Gras festivals, are a group of friends who like singing together. Most met through the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir.

We sing anything from opera to pop, hymns to country. It just depends on the occasion and how we’re feeling at the time, group spokesperson Jodie Boehme said.

Our shows might start with an atmospheric folk song, move swiftly through La Traviata and ABBA to some gospel and finish up with a rousing chorus from the Smashing Pumpkins. Almost all of our arrangements are original and we usually like to give them a bit of a twist.

Our sell-out Mardi Gras performances, The Bugger’s Opera and Copacabugger with diva extraordinaire Nadia Piave and multi-talented musician Sally Whitwell, have been highlights of our performing year.

Door In The Wall will perform bRAVE! at the Supper Club, Level 1, 134 Oxford St, Darlinghurst, on 17 February from 8pm. Tickets from 1300 438 849 or at the door. They will then move to Caf?hurch, 37 St Johns Rd, Glebe, on 23 February from 8pm. Tickets at the door. Details: www.doorinthewall.com.

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