Singing is Good for the Soul
Published on 05 September 2017
What do you get when you stick eighty of Liverpool's finest women and (some) men into a theatre on Monday evening? A Community Choir of course! Liverpool’s Royal Court has its very own Community Choir who sing their hearts out every Monday evening in the theatre.
They sing, they sway and they raise money for charities such as Liverpool Women’s Charity and Claire House. This summer they have been tickling the ivories at LiverpoolONE for the Liverpool Women’s Charity and raised £336.64 in total.
The choir have been singing for their supper since 2013. They have grown from fewer than ten people to an eighty-strong choir over the years and have sung classics such as Madonna, The Beatles, The Pogues and Elton John.
It’s not all about the swaying and the fundraising though. Singing, no matter how badly is meant to be good for you. It keeps you sane (literally), gives your lungs a workout (don’t want those lungs to be unfit) and makes you feel happier!
Singing is good for your health, it gets people together and even raises money for a good cause.
What’s not to love?
If you would like to see our fabulous Choir doing what they do best, here’s where they are performing next:
Our Choir will be performing at Heritage on the Dock, which is, you guessed it, on the Albert Dock.
Saturday 9th September: 12:30pm and 2pm, by the big anchor in front of Merseyside Maritime Museum
Sunday 10th September: 12:30pm and 2pm, by the big anchor in front of Merseyside Maritime Museum