Dreading the inevitable post-Eurovision slump? Looking for your next hit of Scandinavian pop joy? Longing to learn more about Richard Ayoade's heritage? Well, have we got you covered! The London Humanist Choir is performing again at this year's Sangerstevne (a festival where lots of different choirs come together to sing non-competitively), and this time we [...]
Next Saturday afternoon, 24th March, we are going to be busking at Waterloo Station in aid of Youth Music. We've got a 45 minute slot starting at 2pm which gives us enough time to squeeze in fifteen of our latest songs! (including the Pankhurst Anthem and Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves which we recently [...]
The Darwin Day Lecture, held each February as part of the Humanists UK Annual Lecture Series, explores Humanism and humanist thought, especially that related to science and evolution, Charles Darwin, and his works. This year, the lecture is given by Dr Diana Fleischman, an evolutionary psychologist at the University of Portsmouth. Diana’s work focuses on [...]
No we hadn't all missed the last tube home - we'd just finished almost 2 hours of busking to raise money for Health Poverty Action, at Golders Green underground station. We then headed off for a well-deserved drink to recharge the tonsils.
Instead of our normal Tuesday rehearsal, we'll be at Golders Green underground station on Tuesday December 12th, joining in with a campaign called Choirs For Change which is raising money for the charity Health Poverty Action. About Health Poverty Action: Health Poverty Action sees health as not merely a medical challenge, but a fundamental issue [...]