Monthly Archives: September 2016

Final session of this term in God’s House Tower

Fiona announced this week that we would be singing our final session in the historic God’s House Tower on Town Quay. God’s House Tower is a late 13th century gatehouse into the old town of Southampton, England. It stands at the south-east corner of the town walls and permitted access to the town from the Platform and Town Quay. It has served as the town gaol and housed the Museum of Archaeology. The building is Grade II listed and a scheduled ancient monument. The acoustics Continue reading →

New term starts soon

Summer is almost over, although this week is fantastic, and it’s time to think about keeping ourselves occupied in the long haul up to Christmas so what better than to join a choir and get all the health benefits of singing. No doubt our first session on Monday September 12th will be a noisy affair with everyone trying to catch up on all the news after the summer (we are worse than school students!) Fiona will then try to restore some order to begin the Continue reading →