March Can’t Sing Choir

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March Can't Sing Choir is a pay-as-you-go, year-round weekly community friendship choir. They have no auditions, nor require previous musical experience. They sing for fun. All newcomers are welcome.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • You will meet new people and make new friends in the community
  • Through singing with others you will gain personal confidence and improve concentration by learning new songs and breathing techniques in a light-hearted way
  • You will have a regular evening activity which puts a marker into each week.

‘We love the choir, the laughs, the chat, and being part of a happy singing family.’



Meet March Can’t Sing Choir:

What to expect

On arrival you will be greeted with a warm welcome, you will need to sign in and pay to attend the session.

If it’s you first time they will show you around and introduce you to a few people.

The group usually has around 30+ people attending each week, with a mix of men and women, of a variety of ages. The choir is open to anyone over the age of 18.

The group is lead by a musical director and pianist. Each session starts with a fun warm up and breath work. You will be given a booklet with the words to the songs that will be sung in the session.

The sessions last for 2 hours.  The group breaks for a drink and chat half way through the session.

Their is parking at St Peters Church Hall and the hall has toilets and drink making facilities.

More Information

March Can’t Sing Choir are not an organised Soprano/Alto/Tenor/Bass (SATB) choir. They provide songbooks of show-tunes and popular songs which are within the range and experience of their choir – all chosen by their talented Musical Director. They have a piano accompanist who ensures they don’t have to sing ‘a capella’.

If you have a health condition or impairment for which you need a carer, you are welcome. Please note the carer must stay with you. Whilst the group welcomes people with memory problem and their carers, the group is not a specialist dementia choir, but they help where they can.  A non-singing carer pays no entry charge.

This project has received grant funding  from Healthy Fenland.


March Can’t Sing Choir is available to perform for free, at local care homes and the Summer Festival. They ask for a donation to cover costs. However do Please contact them to arrange.

Whilst there is no membership fee, their is a weekly charge to attend.


This project has received grant funding  from Healthy Fenland.

How to contact

Where to go

St Peter's Church Hall
54 High Street
PE15 9JR

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