Launch of the Woodville Choir

PUBLISHED: 16:47 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 16:47 12 April 2018

The Woodville choir will be meeting every Monday night from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. Picture: Google

The Woodville choir will be meeting every Monday night from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. Picture: Google


The Woodville theatre are launching a new choir this month, in partnership with Make a Noise.

The show choir is welcome to anybody who loves to sing - there is no need for previous singing experience and there will be no auditions.

The Woodville choir will be meeting every Monday night from 7.30pm – 9.30pm.

The first session starts on April 16 and costs £25 for every four consecutive weeks.

Theatre Manager Mandy Hare said: “The Woodville are inviting people to come together with a common purpose, to sing, make music, learn how to perform well, develop their vocal skills, learn new musical techniques, enjoy themselves and entertain people who come to listen.”

The group will be led by Scott Morgan from choir Make a Noise, who was last seen at the Woodville as musical director of the pantomime.

The set list currently includes favourites from Les Mis, Wicked, Dreamgirls, Grease, Once and many more.

Scott said: “Make a Noise Choir was launched in early 2016 in Eltham.

“Since then it has expanded to Dartford and Gravesend.

“It was created to give access to absolutely anybody that wanted to join a choir but wasn’t sure that they’d be good enough for it.

“Make a Noise welcomes people from all across the local communities - all that’s required is a love of singing.

“There is an emphasis on the social side of the choir too, with trips and outings arranged every month, so you’d be guaranteed to make new friends.

“With a packed gigs calendar, and more being added weekly, Summer 2018 looks set to be busy for the choir and a great time to be joining.”


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