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We’re always looking for new members and we invite you to come and sing with us!

It’s a great way to have fun and make new friends. You don’t have to have the voice of an angel on your own, by singing as a group, we come together to achieve some great sounding harmonies.

Give it a try

If you think singing with us may be for you, we invite you to pop down to *Glastonbury Town Hall on a Tuesday evening at 7:30 pm. It is free* to come and give it a try; there are no auditions and we welcome all men of any singing abilities. We would normally team you up with someone in the choir with a similar voice to help you make a start.
See if you enjoy the singing and the fellowship.


Why not come along and try for yourself?

It is great fun and truly relaxing. you don't have to sing like Alfie Boe; you will be amazed how good a sound you can make when you are part of a choir.

If you are interested in joining or just want to know more, come along to one of our rehearsals for the evening at the Glastonbury Town Hall on Tuesdays from 7.45pm.


As our guest, you will receive a warm welcome and be invited to sing with us and see how you like it. There are no auditions to endure; we will partner you with someone to 'show you the ropes' and help you find your place in the choir.

Alternatively, give one of our members a call for more info:

David on 07966 988287
John on 01458 211 277

attend one of
our weekly rehearsals

Every Tuesday evening at 7:45 pm. 
Glastonbury Town Hall

​Take a look at what we get
up to in rehearsals!

Rehearsals are great fun. We meet with friends, sing together, learn new songs, do the unexpected and discover that singing can be truly rewarding and relaxing.

If you would like to come along to a rehearsal we meet every
Tuesday night ​​in Glastonbury Town Hall.

​Afterwards, many of us pop out for a well earned pint together at the Wagon & Horses.​​It's a super opportunity to make a whole new group of friends!

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There are many studies that show that singing has significant health benefits

​Singing helps you to feel energised and uplifted.

Singing gives your lungs a good workout and helps to tone abdominal muscles, you won't get a six-pack but you will feel envigourated.

Singing helps to lift moods and clears the 'blues' by taking
your mind off the stresses of the day.

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