singing.PNGTuesday Choir/ Natural Voice Singing Sessions

Are you interested in singing for pleasure? Do you enjoy harmony singing? Have you always wanted to sing but think you can’t? Come along and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of my Natural Voice singing group. The group is open to everyone regardless of musical ability and is really about having fun singing in harmony! There is no pressure to perform or learn the songs by heart: come along, experiment with different styles of music and try out your voice at different pitches without worrying about getting it right.

Weekly classes starts 9 May, costs £4 – £16 (individual classes or 4-week course)

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Saturday Song Writing Workshop

A workshop for people who would like to write songs but don’t quite know how to start! This four week course will help people over that stumbling block and will cover writing lyrics, working with rhythm, developing a tune and adding harmony. We will work together on creating songs that come out of your own experiences, experiment with several musical genres and use an 8 track recorder to help our song development. You don’t need to be able to read music in order to take part, and you are very welcome to bring along a musical instrument.

Weekly classes run 6-27 May, costs £8 – £32 (individual classes or 4-week course)

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Performance and theatre skills for adults

Each class will include a mix of structured improvisation, exploring text, learning how to use your body and voice, or trying out different characterisations. The class will be structured around the wishes of those who attend. This class is open to all, come for a one of session, mix and match or come along to all 5 sessions. Attendees are invited to ‘pay what they can’ on the day of the event. Weekly classes start 9 May. Suggested donation – £2 – £5 per class.

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Classes are held by Clare Watson. Clare is a Creative Facilitator, Theatre Practitioner and Natural Voice Singing Leader. She has led singing groups for 9 years, developed her own theatre practice and engaged community groups in a wide range of artistic activities.