The opportunity to sing in a group

Epsom Male Voice Choir is holding a Come and Sing Evening on Wednesday 3 October from 7:30 till 10 pm at the United Reformed Church Hall in Ewell.  We are inviting those who enjoy choral singing but have not so far had the opportunity to sing in a group, to come and join us for an evening where they can try out their voice and discover if this is something they wish to develop further – perhaps even as prospective members of our Male Voice choir. For this event no prior experience is required, just a willingness to sing and have fun.

Participants will learn some songs and by the end of the evening will be singing in harmony with a bunch of other guys, experiencing the thrill and joy of making music.

Everyone has a voice but many people, especially men, are convinced they can’t sing. We believe that anyone who can talk can sing, and this is the perfect chance to unleash those hidden singing talents.

Refreshments will be available in the mid-evening break, and members of the Choir will discuss what it’s like to be a member. If that’s not enough, participants will be invited to join the group of members that gathers at The Eight Bells in Ewell for further refreshments after rehearsal.

Our Choir members are united by a common enjoyment of singing together.  Although it is not necessary to be able to read music, we encourage our members to take up the learning opportunities that we provide in order to develop their musical ability at whatever levels they can attain.

Contact us: If you call our secretary, Paul Walker 01372 289162 he will make sure that you are expected. Alternatively you can email us at

The URC Hall is at the rear of the church in London Road, Ewell KT17 2BB, right behind the Honda garage and Shell station on Ewell Bypass at the junction of the A24 and A240.  It is just ten minutes’ walk from Ewell West station and there is free car parking in front of the church and in London Road.

All attending are assured of a warm welcome.

The choir singing at a charity concert at St. Barnabas Church Epsom