We are a choir for anyone over 16yrs old who can’t sing!

We meet on Wednesdays 7.15 pm – 8.30 pm at the Family Life Centre on Cemetery Road, Southport (near to Ash Street lights).

Admission is Β£1.50 per person, pay as you go. No need to register or sign up to anything – just turn up and have fun!

Dates for your Diary

Thursday 12th December – Christmas singalong evening at Fernley Grange – 6.45pm. Dress code as above for those who have their names down.

Wednesday 18th December – last choir of the year. All things Christmassy! Songs, food, drink, jumpers, even a bit of alcohol (as it’s Christmas! Please bring your own). And an extension from 7pm- 10pm too! Doors will open at 6.45pm. There will be bingo, daft games, a music quiz and lots of singing! Prosecco and a free raffle ticket on arrival! All our loyal, faithful singers are very welcome πŸ™‚

Wednesday 8th JanuaryΒ – first choir of 2020.

Our choir anthem

Posted by Off-key Choir on Saturday, 2 November 2019


In our choir there are no auditions, no solos and no expectations

Our philosophy is that it’s not what we sound like individually or as a group, its all about the joy of just singing.


Singing at the Southport Choir Festival – 2 November 2019


Posted by Off-key Choir on Saturday, 2 November 2019

Health Benefits of Singing

Singing boosts the immune system, strengthens the heart and muscles and reduces blood pressure.

Singing improves self-esteem and confidence and gives you improved concentration and memory recall.

Singing connects you with other people and makes you feel part of a community!




Singing for the Merseyside Police Christmas Road Safety Campaign.

Just a sneak preview (thanks to Karen) of our MRSP recording. Not the final edited version but close enough for you to get the gist. 🎡🎢🎀😁.#proudaspunch#makingadifference

Posted by Off-key Choir on Thursday, 5 December 2019

We sing a variety of songs from a variety of eras and genres and when we are practising the words will be on a large screen to read.

Although individually we think we can’t sing, as a group when we come together we happen to make a nice noise! With that in mind we do take part in public performances from time to time.

If performing is not your thing you are welcome to come along on a Wednesday just to have a singalong!

We aren’t professional musicians and we aren’t able to teach you to sing! We are just enthusiastic amateurs and are keen to spread the joy and health benefits of singing!

“Singing is a basic human activity as fundamental to our well being as laughter.”

If you would like any more information about our choir then please contact us atΒ 


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