The People’s Show Choir is a diverse and inclusive community choir for people of all ages and backgrounds with a passion for singing – whether you’ve been singing for years or are a beginner, there is a place for you.
Join us to sing songs from the shows and other exciting arrangements of well-known pieces while being accompanied by a live orchestra in our very own ‘greatest show’.
We rehearse in several locations throughout the midlands and wider area where you are able to attend local weekly choir rehearsals: Birmingham, Cheltenham, Moseley, Northampton, Oswestry, Stoke-on-Trent and West Bromwich.
Twice a year, all members of The People’s Show Choir come to sing together in a massed choral concert alongside The People’s Orchestra.
Why should you sing with The People’s Show Choir?
We believe that if people challenge themselves, reach for their goals and believe in what they are doing, they can change their lives and the lives of those around them for the better.
The People’s Show Choir is not auditioned, and we truly believe that everybody can sing. Don’t worry if you’ve never been in a choir before, as our specialist choir leaders are trained to lead non singers and experienced singers alike – and will be with you every step of the way through your singing journey.
Our member community is at the heart of everything we do and we strive to offer you unique and extraordinary musical experiences. You will get opportunities to work alongside award-winning professional musicians and composers, take part in world premiere performances and go on foreign exchange trips.
What your membership pays for…
We are part of The People’s Orchestra charity, who run volunteer programmes to support people who are unemployed, NEET or recovering from periods of mental ill-health to engage with their community and become active members of society, helping them to build confidence and skills to put on their CV.
Each year, we help 80 people find work because of the concerts that we put on. We couldn’t do that without our singers and players.
So if, like us, you believe music should be accessible to all, talent should be sought, inspired and nurtured, and that we should continue to open doors to the incredible creative power of arts and music to all, please come and join us.