Fun, Creative and Friendly

Credit: Caro Swan Photography

Who Are We?

Reggae Choir is an amateur ensemble, open to everyone. You need no experience but the joy of singing. Most of us like to sing (whether we admit to it in public or not). That's why we sing in the shower, around the house, karaoke nights, chanting in the football stands etc. It makes us feel good and anyone can do it!


In the Reggae Choir you'll learn basic singing principles (breathing & vocal techniques, breath control, warm-up exercises, projection, range, flexibility, tonal development, intonation, diction,
3-4part harmonies, vocal blending, confidence in delivery & presentation). All of which is done within a fun and creative environment.


We cover many sub genres of Reggae Music such as; Pop Reggae, Two Tone, Rock Steady, Ska, Classic Reggae, Lovers Rock. We even tackle 'Reggified' songs. That is well known pop songs given a reggae twist. Imagine singing Amy Winehouse's 'Valerie' with a thumping bass line.

Why not Pay Online?

  What Can You Expect?

  • Weekly workshops

  • Access to resource material

  • Access to songs and lyrics

  • An instant social environment

  • Committed and passionate teachings

  • Performance Opportunities

Reggae Choir runs for 10 weeks. Pay online, it's quick and safe. You must first attend a free taster session in order to be eligible to pay for Reggae Choir sessions.

On paying your fee either online or via 'pay as you go' (£10 per session), you have agreed to and adhere to the terms and conditions of being a Reggae Choir member.



(bring I.D. to free first session)


* Note: To be eligible for the concessionary price you must bring the suggested proof of ID; when attending your first Reggae Choir taster session


Carers allowance

  • Proof via council letter head (less than £95pw earnings)

  • Signed agreement on council letterhead from council leisure department

Housing Benefit

  • Current Housing Benefit entitlement letter

Income Support

  • Giro Cheque

  • Current entitlement letter

  • Bank statement showing payment

Job Seekers Allowance

  • JSA card

  • Current entitlement letter 


  • Current entitlement letter

  • Freedom Pass

Full Time Student – Further Education(15+ hours p/w)

  • Current enrolment letter or NUS card

  • Or letter from College or University

Working Families Tax Credit(eligibility threshold is annual household earnings of £16,000 or less)

  • Letter from Inland Revenue, with a breakdown of benefit received


  • Proof of date of birth

  • Freedom Bus Pass.