January 2022 Singology Singology is a collection of non-professional London-based choirs & worldwide virtual choirs founded by Mark De-Lisser in 2000 to provide singing opportunities and tuition to people of all ages. Choir members performed a Christmas carol with the occasion of The Queen's Christmas speech in 2021. For more information and if you'd like to join Singology, click here. The Arts End of Somewhere The Arts End of Somewhere are an arts collective based in Dumfries. They are an amazing group of people who all have additional support needs who came together to learn about multi-sensory storytelling in May 2019. Since then, they have formally become PAMIS Volunteers and they research, write, and develop multi-sensory stories with people with PMLD in their community. In 2020 they won the ‘Highly Commended’ award for Creative Innovation from the Scottish Commission for Learning Disability for the work they had produced during the coronavirus pandemic. In October 2021, they were recognised at an European level, winning the Amateo Award for their impactful collaboration with PAMIS. For more information and if you'd like to join The Arts End of Somewhere, click here. The Choir With No Name The Choir with No Name have been successfully running choirs and building joyful communities with homeless and marginalised people since 2008. We currently have five choirs: in Birmingham, Liverpool, London, Brighton and Cardiff, as well as two pilot choirs based on a new mixed community model. Choir members are performing between 27 - 29 January alongside another community choir, Spires Music, and the Coventry Cathedral's choirs as part of the 60th anniversary events for the building's new section. Tickets can be booked online via Coventry City of Culture's website. For more information and if you'd like to join The Choir With No Name, click here.