​​​Still to Come...

The Warehouse Theatre, Hope Street,

The next opportunity to join the choir will be on Friday 26th April. Why not come along for a session and see if this is for you? Simply turn up at 11am or get in touch first, via the contact page. 

St. Mary's Church Weymouth

Years ago we used to rehearse here, but what a transformation in the side room since those days! Lovely acoustics as before, but now comfortable and smart. Friendly audience too at the Methodist coffee morning as we sang 3 songs - an American shape-note song, a Lennon/McCartney and a song in praise of those who've fought in the past for the rights we take for granted today.

St Mary's Church Weymouth coffee morning with Wacapella
​12.00 ​​
Easton Methodist Church Hall, Portland

We sang for our soup - and very fine it was too. We joined the lunch club at Easton Methodist Church and entertained the diners with a few songs at pudding time.


​​​All Done and Dusted....

​Melcombe Day Unit, Weymouth

​It's the annual garden party - and we're the entertainment. We know the welcome will be warm. Let's hope the weather will be too.

Hardy's Court. 191 Dorchester Road. Weymouth

Last year this event was too windy to sing outside and this year it was too hot! So, as before, we sang indoors, but this time had the patio doors open. Both the indoor and the outdoor audience seemed well pleased with our 25 minute concert, and we enjoyed ourselves as well.

10.30 ​​

​Weymouth Bay Methodist Hall

​Thanks to Jean Churchill and Gracenotes for a most sociable morning of singing music hall songs, among other things. We now know that a proper cup of coffee should come in a proper copper coffee pot. 

​3pm ​​

​Upwey and Broadwey Memorial Hal l

​A very jolly half hour spent entertaining the WI at their Christmas party. Thanks to them for joining in when asked, and for providing a marvellous tea afterwards.

​Hardy's Court, 191 Dorchester Road, Weymouth DT4 7NL

​Too windy for outside so, fortunately for us, everyone was indoors where it's SO much easier to sing. The lounge was full of attentive listeners for our 20 minute set - and we were well worth listening to.


Melcombe Day Unit

​A jolly morning of singing and cake in the garden. 


​Hardy's Court, Dorchester Road, Weymouth

​We sang carols for and with the residents and were then treated to refreshments before we walked up to the pub for our Christmas social/lunch. It's a hard life!

The Ocean Room, Weymouth Pavilion

The annual coffee morning, raising funds for the RNLI.
We sang for half an hour - leading up to the raffle. Lots of hubbub to sing over but plenty of people listened nonetheless.


Weymouth Community Fire Station

We sang uplifting songs at an evening celebrating Black History Month, hosted by the Thomas Fowell Buxton society. Food and audience both excellent so a good time was had by all.
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Melcombe Day Centre

As predicted we were warmly welcomed and handsomely rewarded - with scones, cream and strawberries. Even more of a treat was the enthusiasm with which our audience joined in. And for a bonus, we were treated to gorgeous sunshine in the garden.