History 2018-03-28T10:11:42+00:00

The London Humanist Choir is the UK's foremost community atheist, humanist, secular choir.

We formed in April 2009 with the support of the British Humanist Association (now Humanists UK) and made our debut at the BHA AGM in July 2009, performing John Lennon's "Imagine", a rendition of William Shakespeare's poem "Fear No More" and Thomas Hood's poem "I love you".

Since then we have performed at numerous BHA events as well as Robin Ince's Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People (2009, 2010, 2012), Relief-O-Matic (2010) as part of Protest the Pope, the AHS Convention, the Ancestor's Trail (2011), we've opened proceedings at the annual Darwin Day Lecture, entertained delegates at the International Conference on Free Expression & Conscience and sang at many events in support of charities and good causes.

Our repertoire is wide ranging, including classical pieces, the oldest known folk song, humanist ceremony music, Tim Minchin and the Flaming Lips to name but a few.

Take a look around our website, have a listen, come and see us, and perhaps join us - we don't bite and we don't audition!