Didcot Tuneless Choir

The Didcot Tuneless Choir burst into song on the evening of Wednesday 13th March 2019.

The aim of all Tuneless Choirs is to allow people to enjoy group singing without the need to worry what they sound like.  We literally are “singing like no one is listening” – it’s incredibly liberating, especially if you’ve ever been told to stop singing.

Join in wholeheartedly and your endorphins will start flowing. These are the brain’s feel-good chemicals, one of the many reasons why singing with others has been shown to increase life satisfaction.

The choir has been set up by Naomi Reddyhoff, a self-confessed tuneless singer who wants an outlet!  Naomi, who was recently made redundant, decided to have a complete change of career & lifestyle.  To do something challenging, exciting, enjoyable and rewarding. A Tuneless Choir of course.

The choir meets weekly on Wednesdays from 7.30pm – 9.15pm with time for a short break, at Didcot Civic Hall, Britwell Rd, Didcot OX11 7JN. The venue has a well lit car park and a bar! For more information and directions visit the venue website – www.didcotcivichall.co.uk.

Newcomers pay £10 for their first session which includes registration, choir starter park and your singing session. After your first session the regular price is £8 for ‘pay as you go’ or you can pay in advance for a term for the equivalent of £6 per session.

Contact us by emailing didcot@tunelesschoir.com or calling Naomi on 07980 291995.

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Choir News

We got through to the finals of “Didcot’s Got Talent”, being held on Saturday 29th of June, 2019. We did an awesome audition recently, which was great fun. We are really looking forward to the final. All members from Didcot and Wallingford Tuneless Choirs are welcome. We will be deciding on the song we will be singing in early March and hopefully get both Choirs together to practice.

Photograph of Naomi with members of the Wallingford Tuneless Choir

Naomi with members of the Wallingford Tuneless Choir.

Naomi after a night at the Sheffield Lyceum with friends. The Police are having more presence and wanted to appear more friendly so were encouraging people to have their photo taken with them. Not one to disappoint, unfortunately both where happily married !!!