We meet in the Unitarian Chapel on the High Street, Warwick, on Wednesday mornings from 10.00 to 11.30. Click here for directions.

The choir started in January 2011 under the auspices of Warwick District University of the Third Age but is now independent. More details of the U3A here. And you can read about us on our Facebooke page.

We sing for our own pleasure and enjoy sharing our music with others. We have sung in a number of places locally and further afield. In the summer of 2013 we visited Saumur, Warwick’s twin town on the Loire, where we sang in the Town Hall as well as in local retirement homes. In 2014 we visited Ludlow for the day and sang in retirement homes there.
We also joined with Sull’aria a group of singers from Béziers/Narbonne in the South of France for a joint Café Chantant. In the summer of 2015 we made a return visit when we also gave a joint concert with a local choir, Les Cigalous, and performed in Béziers as part of the annual Fête de la Musique, as well as singing in retirement homes. In March 2016 we took part in a Community Choirs Festival and in June we had a day trip to Worcester, singing to a junior school and in a retirement home. This year, 2017, we visited Narbonne again and we gave a concert, Summer Song, in St Pauls church, Warwick on Friday 16 June. Mor information about these various events, including Youtube clips can be found at http://www.singing-for-pleasure.co.uk/13.html

There is a strong social element to the group so as well as the trips mentioned, in December and the summer we hold informal singing and social evenings for our friends and families. In Decmeber 2015 and June 2016 we collected for the Warwick and Leamington Foodbank and we have so far raised £650. At our concert in June 2017 we raised £1,050 for Safeline, a locally based charity for the survivors and victims of sexual abuse.



Singing for Pleasure community choir in the garden of the Unitarian Chapel, Warwick.

May 2017