Dates and Whitterings

Autumn dates and lists of music here.

AUTUMN TERM                        Sep 20th/21st

Rutter Choir                              OCT 1st

DAFT AS A BRUSH PROM       Saturday October 14th (rehearsals 5th and 12th October)

AGM                                           Wed 18th OCT (at start of regular session)

HALF TERM                               OCT 25th/26th

Carol Choir                                OCT 29th

Carol Choir                                NOV 5th

Rutter Choir                               NOV 12th

Carol Choir                                NOV 19th

Tynemouth Food Fair               NOV 25th - Carol Choir singing

Rutter Choir                               NOV 26th

Signed Song                              DEC 1st (Friday)

Northern Lights Concert           DEC 2nd (including Rutter Choir)

LAST REGULAR SESSIONS     DEC 6th/7th

North Tyneside Christmas Festival DEC 9th - Carol Choir singing in the library

Signed Song                               DEC 11th (Monday)

Festival of lights (WW concert)   DEC 13th at St George's, Cullercoats (including Rutter Choir)

Willow Club Christmas event - THUR 14th DEC - Carol Choir singing

Delaval Hall                                 SUN 17th DEC - Carol Choir singing

The Exchange Courtyard          WED 20th DEC - Carol Choir singing

SPRING RESIDENTIAL             FEB 16th - 18th (end of half term week)

Choir sessions are Wednesday evenings 19:30 - 21:30  and Thursday mornings  10:30 - 12:30.

The Carol Choir will be practising our usual traditional carols to perform at events coming up to Christmas, but not at our Festival of Lights.

The Rutter Choir will be learning songs by John Rutter to perform at our concert AND at Northern Lights.

Check Events for locations of other sessions/performances.

See Locations page for Google maps of all venues

'GOOD AS GOLD' sessions (St John's Hall, Grainger Street, Newcastle) Sep 23rd, Oct 7th, Nov 11th, Dec 16th, Jan 20th, Feb 24th, March 3rd.  All sessions 2pm - 4pm.  £20 for Autumn term.