Singing for Memory

Singing for Memory is our friendly singing group for adults living with dementia or other memory problems, and their family, friends and carers.

The group provides a regular, safe space for people to have fun, sing songs and make new connections.

The group sing a wide range of songs and write their own.

Mondays 2.00-3.30pm at The Point, Doncaster, DN1 2DR.

Not Bank Holidays.

To attend Singing for Memory you must be registered with Age UK Doncaster, who will refer you. You can do this by calling Kerry Francis at Age UK on 01302 812813 or by emailing

Quirky Choir

Quirky Choir prides itself on being a very different kind of choir. It has a distinct identity and pushes the boundaries of what a choir should be.

Nobody needs to audition to join, and every week Doncaster residents of all ages and walks of life come together to raise the roof of The Point.

The choir sings an eclectic repertoire – songs from South Africa to Hawaii, from rock and roll to Rhianna. Come and sing to improve your wellbeing and make new friends in this welcoming and sociable group.

No booking is needed – please just turn up. Term time only.

Sing for Joy

Sing for Joy Kentish Town is a self-managed community choir of around 25 people with conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis, including active helpers and carers. We also welcome others with long term health issues.

Singing for Joy with like-minded people in a relaxed safe atmosphere makes us feel better – whether we think we can sing, or not.

Sing! Together

A singing and music-making weekly programme for people living with dementia, memory loss and their carers.

Singers in Flow

Friendly singing workshops that support good vocal health, posture and breathing practice. Learn to sing in a warm and welcoming environment. No need for any prior singing or music experience.

Singing for Breathing Online Classes

The Cambridge Singing for Breathing group meets weekly online, and new members are always welcome!
Singing for Breathing is a friendly and fun way to get the best from your lung capacity, using guided relaxation, breath and voice exercises and singing.
We meet on Thursday afternoons, 2.30 – 4pm.
Sessions are free, but members are invited to give a £3.50 donation each week, however this is not essential – we want everyone to be able to come.
If you are interested in joining, email for more information!

Sing It Out! Mama

Sing it out! Mama is the project which is very close to our hearts. As a mum, we all know that having a child is a big change and often big changes are the ones that cause stress, anxiety and depression. As mums ourselves we want to support other mums.

Unlike many other baby groups which are purely aimed at entertaining baby or baby’s development Sing it out! Mama is very much about YOU!
Singing can help you in times of stress and anxiety where are you might feel isolated and alone when you are struggling with your baby.
It is a scientifically proven fact that singing lowers cortisol levels which are linked to stress. It boosts endorphins and dopamine levels giving us a happy feeling.
Each session will have a chat and loads of singing both for you and songs to sing with your baby (including playful activities). It doesn’t matter if you have never sung before. The songs have been carefully chosen so that you can sing them easily and remember them.

You don’t have to hide your feelings inside. Come and share it with us and let’s sing it out together!
You can find our sessions on YouTube

Sing Your Pain Away, Group singing for wellbeing, health and fun.

Group singing has been proven to reduce pain, lift mood, decrease stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure, improve immunity and improve respiratory function. It also reduces social isolation and gives a sense of shared achievement.

Our friendly group singing sessions are designed to capitalise on these benefits. We don’t perform, so there is no pressure, you will never be asked to sing by yourself and all adults over 16 are welcome, regardless of whether you are in pain, have an underlying physical or mental health condition, or just want to enjoy some social singing for wellbeing,.

Open to everyone regardless of singing ability including those who feel they can’t sing!