Many Voices began in 2013 as a "sing for fun" group for LGBT people and their friends. Lesbian, gay, bi, trans*, intersex, queer and questioning people, and our straight allies, are welcome. We teach all the songs by ear, so there’s no need to be able to read music. If you like to sing in the car or the shower, or if you haven’t sung since school but would like to try, you are assured of a warm and friendly welcome. No commitment required, no auditions, no performances, no pressure!
Many Voices is managed by Gaynor and Tati, with various guest leaders.
We meet in central London, Westminster Quakers (Friends Meeting House), on the second Saturday of the month. (Also in South-East London, Crofton Park, on the last Saturday of the month – though we're currently taking a break.)
Next dates (all Saturdays) in 2016:
10 September (Hannah Rose Tristram)
8 October (Michael Harper)
12 November (Simon Sharp)
10 December (TBC)
You are welcome to stay for a hot drink and chat after singing: teas, coffee and biscuits are provided.
Crofton Park 6.45-8.00pm
No dates booked at the moment, stay tuned though…
After singing in Crofton Park we go to a local pub, you're welcome to join us!