Lulu Agate is in the process of setting up a Tuneless Choir for Cambridge! She is on a mission to provide a safe place for people who know they sound like a rusty old gate to enjoy singing, without worrying that they might be spoiling it for anyone else.
Lulu loves singing but was asked to leave a choir when she was 29 because there wasn’t a part for her voice. She found it very humiliating to be told to learn to sing better or leave. She says “Everyone I’ve told has loved the Tuneless Choir approach and says I’m the right sort of person to run one because I’m a loud and fun and good at encouraging people to have a go at new and fun things.”
The choir’s launch night will be Thursday 12th August 2021, at Downing Place United Reformed Church, CB2 3EL.
Doors will open at 7pm for a glass of non-alcoholic fizz, with “singing like no one is listening” starting at 7.30pm.
There will be a short break for hot/cold drinks and cake, and then more songs will be murdered before we wrap up at around 9pm.
If you have any questions about the launch or the choir please email Lulu on email@example.com or text / call 07708 358927.
Otherwise please purchase a ticket to secure your place!
Sessions will be held weekly on Thursdays from 7.30pm to 9pm, with a short break during which refreshments will be provided. (You are welcome to bring your own too, but please note alcohol isn’t permitted in the venue.)
Ongoing the “pay as you go” price will be £8 per session, with the opportunity to sign up for a term at the equivalent of £6 a session. Everyone will pay £10 the first time they attend to cover their registration with the choir.
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Downing Place United Reformed Church is the corner of Downing Street and Downing Place. Regular Park and Ride buses run every few minutes and stop opposite the Church. Other Stagecoach buses arrive at Emmanuel Street from other parts of Cambridge. The nearest car park is in the Grand Arcade however additional parking can be found on the side streets off Hills Road towards the station. There are cycle racks adjacent to the Church building as well as near the Grand Arcade a few minutes walk from the church. The building is wheelchair accessible.