Singing Workshops


A beginner level community singing workshop.
Come and sing and have fun with members of your local community. We will focus on breathing, confidence and communication through your singing. No experience necessary - just be prepared to try things!

Songs - Summer Lovin', Santa Lucia and more tbc

3rd September - 1.30 - 4pm,  @ The Portico Gallery, 23a Knight's Hill, London SE27 0HS

Cost includes refreshments and materials.


“I enjoyed every minute of the workshop. Challenging but very satisfying and taught with charm and skill, thank you so much.”

— Jan

Away Day Afternoons

Singing is the perfect team-building exercise! It encourages people to listen to each other, to work together, build relations and to share thoughts and feelings about the activity. Abigail has a number of workshop packages designed to support colleagues as they explore singing and performing to each other as a group. Prices vary depending on size of group and location.



Singing together from an early age is an important part of child development. It can help with social inclusion, confidence, expression and can be great fun. Abigail has had experience in delivering workshops to children's theatre groups and to schools through projects with the London Symphony Orchestra education department. She is happy to deliver one off workshops or to devise a series of workshops to work towards a school production.


Day Centres

There is so much research about the benefits of singing for older people, in terms of health and well-being. It is a group activity which can lift mood and rebuild confidence in the participants. Abigail has worked with Age UK, the Alzheimers Society, English Touring Opera and Opera Holland Park in devising workshops for older people where the focus is on inclusivity, creative expression and enjoyment. Workshops can be participatory or passive. For more information or a quote, please write stating your needs via the Find out More page.

“I felt I learnt a whole lot more about timing, breathing and holding a note, and even trying a harmony- if I’ve really begun to understand that- at least I felt in this workshop I could try it, so that was a first for me.Brilliant. I would really love to attend any future similar workshop”
— Clive