Join the Choir

Our Autumn term has begun but it is not too late to book onto these sessions. Call our Box Office on 0115 941 9419 to book your place.

Nottingham Playhouse Choir explores a whole range of music responding to our artistic programme. Our first performance opportunity is likely to be a curtain raiser performance for Press Night of our pantomime Beauty and the Beast. There are no auditions and no requirement to be able to read sheet music – just a willingness to take part and sing!

 

A message from Helen:

I am delighted to be taking on the role as choir director at Nottingham Playhouse.

I love all kinds of music and believe in really diverse repertoire.  I plan to cover all kinds of genres including: musical theatre, classical and perhaps a bit of pop thrown in too. The main aim is to have fun whilst singing but I also believe that we can still strive for great music making, instilling some basic vocal technique, as well as everyone understanding the importance of having a ‘solid foundation’ when singing. Concerts will hopefully give us the opportunity to put this all into practice.

It’s important to note that anyone is welcome to join, regardless of ability.

Book your place

Our Autumn term has begun but it is not too late to book onto these sessions. Call our Box Office on 0115 941 9419 to book your place.

Can I try it first?
Yes, we offer a taster session for those who would like to try before they buy (subject to availability). You can book for a taster session by emailing tickets@nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk. You can book for a taster session by emailing participation@nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk and one of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

We believe that theatre should be for everyone and always ensure our building and sessions are accessible to all participants, removing any barriers to participation. Find out more about Access at Nottingham Playhouse here and please tell us if there is anything further we can do to ensure our sessions are accessible for you.

Covid-19 Safety

During the choir sessions mask wearing is not required, however you are welcome to wear one if you wish to.
We strongly recommend that all participants continue to wear a face covering whilst moving around the building unless they are exempt, in line with current Government guidance. Our Welcome Team members and other staff will continue to wear face coverings.

When attending in person, we want you to feel confident that you’ll have a great time and by following the guidelines, everyone – participants and our team alike – can enjoy fantastic theatre experiences together again. Click here for the most up to date information on our safety measures. If participants wish to keep attending via Zoom, we will also make arrangements for this.