All festival singers who are local to Brighton or happen to be in the area are invited to a free massed sing rehearsal on Sunday 24th June, at Knoyle Hall from 1pm to 6pm. Continue reading
We know that singing is thirsty work but this year there will be no bottled water in your welcome bag.
Brighton and Hove is a UNESCO World Biosphere Region and supported by Brighton and Hove Council, many of our local pubs, cafes and restaurants have committed their support via a plastic free pledge, aiming to reduce the amount of single use plastic ending up in sea.
We love to be beside the seaside and we want you all to feel as welcome as possible whilst you’re in our beautiful sun soaked City for Street Choirs Festival 2018.
To that end our brilliant Street Choirs Festival Team have been busy negotiating discounts on places to eat and drink and activities to keep you busy when you’re not singing. Just show your wristband to participate in these deals: Continue reading
As is the tradition for Street Choirs Festival we have a feast of workshops for you all on Sunday 1 July and you can read all about them as well as………wait for it…….book your place online!
How exciting!! Continue reading
Well, the Massed Sing music is live folks! If you have registered for Street Choirs Festival you can log on to the delegate area of the website to download audio files, songsheets and scores. If you have not registered yet….then do!
We have seven amazing pieces of music this year for our Massed Sing and this week I managed to speak to Val Regan, a Street Choirs Festival aficionado and the creator of one of this years Massed Sing song ‘Nasty’, to find out more about the Festival from her perspective. Continue reading
A lovely part of Street Choirs Festival is the opportunity to support a local charity over the course of the weekend. This year, members of the Street Choirs Festival team spent time researching and talking to many charity organisations based around the south coast. Making our final choice was tough…so we decided to select two charities to benefit from this year’s festival, and here they are: Continue reading
We have been getting a few questions from you lovely folk so here are some updates for you from the Street Choirs Festival Team Continue reading
Celebrate the 2018 festival in style with a beautiful t-shirt. The T-Shirts feature the festival logo. Continue reading
Our Sunday picnic lunch will be provided by a fantastic local charity, The Real Junk Food Project, which challenges food waste and provides delicious affordable meals for all. The lunch will be suitable for vegans.
The lunch costs £6 and can be ordered when you register.
That Friday Feeling!
UPDATE 18.03.2018: The Saturday night concert is full. Choirs registering from today will be invited to perform at the Friday night concert only.
As those who have been to Street Choirs before can attest, the Saturday ‘back-to-back’choir concert can seem overwhelmingly long and sometimes onerous. Therefore, in response to feedback from previous Festivals, , we are trying a new system this year – namely having two choir concerts instead of just one on Saturday. Continue reading