Lichfield Arts Fuse 2013 Community Outreach Project

Lichfield Arts Fuse 2013 Community Outreach Project

Always wanted to join a choir but never had the confidence? Do you sing in the shower, your car or somewhere else when no-one is around? Would you love to sing just for the fun of it with others?

Then the Fuse Community Choir is for you!

Lichfield Arts, the independent registered charity that promotes the arts in Lichfield District, is setting up a new fully inclusive community choir with the first session on Wednesday 22 May from 6.30pm-8.30pm at Wade Street Church Hall.

The sessions are free, for all ages (under 16s must be accompanied by an over 18) and families are especially welcome. With no waiting list, no previous experience necessary, no audition or requirements to be able to read music, the choir is open to everyone.

Further sessions will take place on Wednesday evenings at Wade Street Church Hall on the 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26 th June and the 3rd and 10th of July leading to a debut performance on Sunday 14th July at the Fuse festival in Beacon Park.

Fuse Outreach 2013

Director of Lichfield Arts, Dave Simcox said “Lichfield Arts is all about promoting the arts in the area. We have run many outreach projects in the past and we are delighted that this year the focus will be on music. We want to get more people taking part in and enjoying music. Our aim is that this will be the beginning of a long lasting, fully inclusive community choir in Lichfield District”.

The project is supported with funding and help from Lichfield District Council Community Development Team, North Lichfield Initiative, Bromford Living and Lichfield City Council

More information about the choir and how you can join in can be found on Lichfield Arts’ website ( or from Lichfield Arts’ office by telephoning 01543 262223.

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