We are fortunate in this area to have many other opportunities for singing and music-making with others!
Please find details of other groups below. If you’d like to be listed here, please get in touch.
Sing Your Heart Out – Free singing workshops across Norfolk (Sheringham, Kings Lynn, Norwich, Attleborough and Gt Yarmouth).
Singing Down Memory Lane – 3rd Thursday of the month – 3-4pm at The Lighthouse, Cromer Road, Sheringham. Friendly, supportive environment for singing with others/enjoying music. People with dementia and their carers especially welcome.
Natasha Hood runs various singing sessions locally (North Norfolk). Visit her website here.
Teresa Verney runs local singing groups including ‘Sing for Joy’ can be found on her website here. You can also find her at Sound Matters.
Rock the Lobster – This is a friendly and supportive open mic session held at the Youth Hostel (YHA) on Cremer’s Drift, Sheringham on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month starting at 20:00 but please check their website for more info, or for any schedule/venue changes.
The Jam Club – This is a friendly and supportive acoustic ‘sing-around’ held at The Tyneside, Sheringham on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 8pm.
Other local sessions good for health and wellbeing:
Supporting Ladies, Activities Network (SWAN) based in Stalham, Norfolk.
Pilates and yoga (suitable for all levels and abilities), Sheringham Community Centre with Beth Lea.
Drop-in meditation sessions, yoga and chair yoga with Helen Duncan.
Also see https://prescribe-arts.org/ – this is a platform set up to enable social prescribers and members of the public to find high-quality arts programmes across the UK that can make a difference to people’s health and wellbeing.