Hullabaloo Community Quire is one of Brighton's longest established, nationally renowned and much loved Natural Voice choirs. Natural Voice means NO auditions, NO sight singing, NO judgements and NO limits!
Our strength is in our repertoire and our ethos. We sing songs of protest, passion and celebration through the ages from all around the world. Leaving no generic stone unturned, our repertoire is wildly eclectic and deeply funky; songs to make you laugh, stomp your feet, shiver with harmonic delight and keep coming back for more!
Summer term is now over and what a lot we packed in! We kicked off with a visit to the National Street Choirs Festival in Leicester, followed by a show in the Unitarian Church which included a reworked, streamlined version of our sell-out Fringe Bowie show We Are Stardust to raise funds for the church maintenance. We were joined by our great friend and Brighton troubadour Steven Grainger.
We sang with Welsh folktronica collective 3 Bucket Jones to raise funds for Water Aid, busked at Paddle Round The Pier and the Pavilion Gardens, and ended the term at long time Hullaborator Robb Johnson's Railway Roots night in Portslade's Railway Inn.
Next term starts 12th September.
If you'd like to try Hullabaloo, please do come to our drop-in Open Sessions on 12th or 19th September.
No auditions! No solos!
No judgement! No limits!
Drop us a line for more info.
Join us to sing with folk duo extraordinaire
O’HOOLEY AND TIDOW
and put our concert on 18th December in your diary now!