Described as “choir without the boring bits” Some Voices is a non-audition choir for anyone to join so they can belt out a tune with abandon, forget their daily woes and meet life long-friends.

Bring joy into your days and share experiences as part of an incredible musical extravaganza. Click on each image below to take you to the next stage.









Some Voices welcomes everyone and anyone to join out weekly get togethers.

With no experience required and no voice too powerful or humble, every voice is welcome.

+ We know that music unites people. We believe singing together creates a sound and a feeling that can resonate long after a rehearsal or show has finished. 

+ Over 1000 voices are already belting out bangers in our now 15 choirs across London.

Find your local choir and join us.



If you're new to singing in a choir or you haven't been for a while, do not fear.
Come and join a bunch of friendly faces to blast out some tunes together. Shower singing voices sing alongside professional stage voices. The thing in common? The joy of singing together.

+ No need to prepare anything for your free taster.

+ We don't use sheet music and there’s no audition

+ Just turn up and sing with everyone in your first free rehearsal.


Waterloo Wednesday offers people the opportunity to take part in a smaller choir and perform in more relaxed and intimate gigs. So if you don’t fancy singing with hundreds of voices, this is a brilliant way to get involved.

+ We follow the same term structure as the larger choir but have a song list of of our own.

+ There are 10 weekly rehearsals, 1 longer 'intensive' rehearsal (to get gig ready), and an end of term public performance.

what we do

We run our evening choirs 7-9pm across three terms:

SPRING (January -> April)
SUMMER (May -> August)
WINTER (September -> December)

There are 10 weekly rehearsals, some pre-show rehearsals and an end of term performance*.



Across one term you’ll rehearse up to 10 songs. If you want to practice at home you’ll have access to an online membership pack containing everything you need.  

We believe that learning by ear offers the most accessible and enjoyable experience
and makes every choir rehearsal fun and informal. We treat our rehearsals as a social gathering with singing.
Everyone is welcome - whether you've been singing for years or fancy trying something new, it’s a great place to meet new people.


We treat our rehearsals as a social gathering with singing.
Everyone is welcome - whether you've been singing for years or fancy trying something new, it’s a great place to meet new people.

We are a sociable bunch. Post rehearsal drinks are always on the cards, but we also organise Some Voices Socials to come along to.
We've had the best of times at our socials - from our own private Capulet Ball, to a bespoke Some Voices pub quiz. This term’s social will be announced by your leader and we will update details of how to join in right here.



At the end of the 10 week term we produce professional standard performances for you to take part in. Past venues include KOKO, The Southbank Centre, Oval Space, Printworks, the Rivoli Ballroom and the Troxy.

We also take part in a whole range of gigs outside of our own productions (BBC, Timeout50, Festival of Voice, The Big Feasitval, Brixton Disco Festival) and where possible, we love to try and give everyone an opportunity to get involved.

Our Locations

MONDAY, 7pm - 9pm
SHOREDITCH @ St Matthew’s Church
WHITECHAPEL @ Cardboard Citizens

TUESDAY, 7pm - 9pm
OXFORD CIRCUS @ St George’s Church
PECKHAM @ St James Church Hall
NEW - ISLINGTON @ Lift London, St Pancras Rooms
WATERLOO @ St Patrick's Church
WIMBLEDON @ St Mark's Church

WEDNESDAY, 7pm - 9pm
NEW - BANK@ Hiscox Insurance, Art Cafe
CLAPHAM @ St Peters Church Centre
COVENT GARDEN @ Gallery Suite & Ante Room, Freemasons Hall
NEW - HAMMERSMITH @ The Lyric, Hammersmith
WATERLOO WEDNESDAY @ St Patrick's Church

THURSDAY, 7pm - 9pm
BOROUGH @ St George the Martyr
DALSTON @ Pembury Community Centre
NOTTING HILL @ The Tabernacle


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Multi-instrumental session musician & composer
Curtis is Mika’s Musical Director, and has recorded and toured most recently with Paolo Nutini, Natasha Bedingfield & Rae Morris.

He has an annoying but brilliant ability to play any instrument he picks up, and is especially impressive when faced with a Keytar, Prince and a bit of laser lighting


Vocal artist, Composer & choral director
Laura has composed music for TV, Theatre and Live Soundscape Installation working with organisations like BBC, The Southbank Centre, The 02 and many more.

Known for her balletic gestures and movements when conducting, she captivates audiences and choir
members alike when leading a Some Voices performance. Laura’s original, cool and subtly astounding vocal arrangements are part of what makes Some Voices as special as it is.