Home

We aim to  sing at about 12 -15 events per year, such as festivals, fĂȘtes, weddings, funerals, and of course concerts, singing with heart and voice in all manner of places within the area.


Hello!


We are a friendly bunch of people who get together to sing.


Actually there is a bit more to it than that.


Our repertoire includes a very wide range of music, not just traditional gospels and spirituals, but African songs, modern songs and standards. They are usually arranged specially for us by our director Penny Hastings in 4 part harmony.

Anyone can join.


There are no auditions!


You don't have to be a brilliant singer either.

Best of all there are no compulsory fees! (but we do accept donations to pay for the expenses such as the rehearsal hall)

...or even pretend

You don't have to be able to read music...

If you'd like to join in the fun, please drop us a message.

We formed in 1997, and  practiced  at the Central Hall in St. Mary St. Southampton for many years.

Click on the collage to see a short introductory film.

Moving Pictures!

In 2020 we moved our base away from Central Hall. 


Our home is now St Alban's Church in Tulip Rd, Swaythling.

Latest News!

All Aboard Festival 15th June postponed


Due to anticipated high winds the main part of the All Aboard festival has been postponed


However we sang a short set at the wonderful Pizza Pontune as it was under cover, with an enthusiastic  land based audience.


Report on the Recent Events page

Sumer is i-cummin in


As the weather warms up

we promise we won't

sing 'Cuckoo', but we

WILL eat cake.


We have played our first few gigs of 2024 including a rather enjoyable birthday party, and have a number of other events in the planning stage.

Details are on the

Upcoming Events page

If you'd like to join us to sing at events like these then just drop us a line.

We are always looking to sing in different places so if you have an event planned and you would like us to come along to sing, please contact us.

You can also find us on Facebook.