Listings for Singing / choirs

  • Golden-Oldies (Goldies)

    Various locations in B&NES

    Tel: 01761 470006

    The Golden-Oldies Charity provides fun daytime singing sessions for older people. Sessions take place throughout B&NES (and further afield) at various centres including Whiteway, Peasedown St John, Combe Down, Larkhall, Bathampton, Midsomer Norton, Haviland Park, Timsbury, Welton, Bathwick, Twerton, Central Bath and Keynsham. These sessions have a real impact on the general health and well-being of participants.

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  • Bath Children’s Choir

    Meets in Oldfield Park Baptist Church in Bath on Saturday mornings

  • Bath Community Gospel Choir

    Meets at The Forum, St James's Parade, Bath BA1 1UG Map

  • Bath Community Singers

    New Oriel Hall, Brookleaze Buildings, Larkhall, Bath BA1 6RA Map

  • Bath Minerva Choir

    Rehearses in Nelson Place East, London Road, Bath

  • Daytime Singing Group

    Meets in Bath (Rush Hill United Reformed Church, Odd Down) and Radstock (Victoria Hall)

  • Good Afternoon Choir

    Meets in Central United Reformed Church in Grove Street, Bath BA2 4BA Map

  • Humbugs

    A singing group for parents/grandparents/carers (you can bring your child too) that meets in Larkhall

  • Sing Alive Community Choir

    Morning session at United Church, St Margarets Street, Bradford-on-Avon

  • Singing for the Brain (Alzheimer’s Society support group)

    Manvers Street Baptist Church, Bath BA1 1JW Map

    Tel: 0117 961 0693

  • Song Club (Weston’s Community Singing Group)

    Meets in Weston Methodist Church, Newbridge Hill, Bath BA1 3EA Map

  • Songways choirs

    Morning sessions in Bath and Trowbridge

  • Sunrise Gospel Choir

    Morning choir: meets at Manvers Street Baptist Church, Bath BA1 1JW Map

  • The Walcot State Choir

    Meets at Claremont Methodist Church, Camden, Bath BA1 6EA Map

  • Widcombe Choir

    Meets Mondays (term-time) at Widcombe Social Club, Widcombe Hill, Bath BA2 6AA Map

Singing / choirs

Singing has many benefits for our health and wellbeing, both physical and psychological. Not only is it creative and expressive – it feels good and connects us to others too. We've outlined some of the research in our article 'Sing for better wellbeing' in the News & Review section. There has been a noticeable increase in the interest in group singing both nationwide and in the Bath region – we've listed some of the local 'no-audition' choirs here.