Rotherham Tuneless Choir
Rotherham Tuneless Choir launched on Monday 12th October, but after two meetings had to stop meeting. It hopes to be back on the first possible day, which is Monday 17th May!
All being well it will then meet every Monday, with breaks in the school holidays.
Leader Becky Power says “I think everyone in Rotherham needs something to cheer them up. This is absolutely perfect for what we need right now. Something to take our minds off what is happening out there, and give us some fun and laughter.”
The choir sings popular songs from the sixties to the present day, without caring if all the right notes are in the right order. There are no parts, no judgement and no pressure to improve.
The “singing like now one is listening” takes place at Whiston Parish Hall, Well Lane, Whiston, Rotherham S60 4HX.
Extra parking is available at The Golden Ball pub, just round the corner. This is via an agreement with the manager that members buy an occasional drink before or after the sessions following the pub’s Covid-19 guidelines.
Participants must be willing to follow our own Safety Procedures.
Each session runs from 7.30pm to 9pm, including a short break.
Anyone’s first session costs £10, including a small registration fee with the choir. Then sessions are £8 on a “pay as you go” basis. When you prebook a term in advance you will pay the equivalent of £6, so maybe £42 for 7 sessions.
If you would like to attend the relaunch on 17th May, please book a ticket here: