Pleasure Singers is a
choir of female singers who meet once a week on Wednesday afternoons
Trinity Church Hall, Rushams Road in Horsham,
West Sussex, for a rehearsal and a chat
over a cup of tea and a biscuit.
choir's name couldn't be more appropriate as its members sing
for pleasure and are often told by appreciative audiences that
they give a great deal of pleasure through their singing.
the year The Pleasure Singers perform at a number of venues
in West Sussex and Surrey, entertaining folk at retirement homes, care
homes and community centres and at special concerts in aid of
various charities, such as CHASE
hospice care for children, Breast
Cancer Research and Chestnut
Tree House children's hospice.
ever-popular charity concerts usually include guest appearances
by one or two local singers and musicians, such as Sarah Esser,
John Noyce, Marisha Jenkins, Ian Gardner and Cliff
Levene. Other recent guests have included the soprano
Elizabeth and even an "Elvis Look-alike".
concert programme also features solo performances by The Pleasure
Singers' own choirmistress Dianne Walters and the choir's piano