Great Yarmouth – Unitarian Church
Thursdays in Great Yarmouth at the Old Meeting Unitarian Church
Greyfriars Way, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2SW
Singing is always better when you can hear the difference. That’s exactly what you get with our Great Yarmouth group, located in the acoustically-perfect hall of the Old Meeting Unitarian Church.
The Great Yarmouth group is one of our newer groups, started in the middle of 2015. As with all of our groups there’s an exciting and positive energy here, with new and established members waiting to make you feel warm and welcome.
Your tutor for the evening is established singer and performer Samantha Coe. She is an excellent coach and mentor who is able to guide you through the skills and techniques for all of our songs, helping you blossom as an Invidia member and performer.
You will be welcomed to the rehearsal by our fantastic Buddies, Claire (left) and Ann (right). They will answer all your questions and make sure you have everything you need to start singing!
The evening runs from 7.30pm until 9.00pm. Please arrive around 10-15 minutes early for a relaxed start. Full parking facilities are available on site.
To book your first Free Taster Session with our Great Yarmouth group Click Here!
If you would like to find out a little bit more about our Great Yarmouth tutor, we quizzed her for your benefit:
- Your Favourite colour: Dusky pink.
- Your Favourite Invidia song: California Dreaming.
- Your biggest pet peeve: Sunday drivers on days that aren’t Sundays… some of us have jobs to get to on time!
- Your dream car: One that hovers above everyone else and get’s me into work on time!
- Your tipple of choice: A Norwich Gin & Tonic.
- Your Childhood nickname: Flossy (brains like candy floss apparently…!)
- What household chore do you absolutely loath doing? I don’t “do” bins…!!
- If you could choose to stay a certain age forever, what age would you choose and why? 21 was a particularly good year, I was in a girl band and avoiding real life and all it’s responsibilities quite well!
- If you could choose anyone in the world, alive or dead, who would you choose as your mentor? It has to be Dolly Parton!
- If you could learn how to do anything to the highest standard, what would it be and why? I really enjoy sewing and creating “crafty” things but never have the time to do it. I’d love to be able to make my own clothes…
- What would you name the autobiography of your life? “What on earth is she doing now?”… the quote my Dad often uses when I ring home to speak to my parents about my latest project!
- What was the last movie that made you cry? I have a heart of stone… until there’s a movie where a dog dies…
- If you could go back to the age of 21 and give yourself 3 pieces of advice, what would they be? – Spend more time looking after yourself. – You’re so much more capable than you think, believe in yourself. – Don’t ever drink red wine after whiskey, you will nearly kill yourself.
- Name 3 items on your bucket list: – Visit the Redwood trees in California – Cuddle a monkey (a nice one, I don’t want to be bitten!) – Build my own house with an added recording studio.
- What was the first thing you bought with your own money? A cassette tape of the Macarena from Woolworths.
- Your perfect weekend: Perfect weekend involves a gig with my band, a dinner out with my boyfriend and a long beach walk with my dog Kenny Rogers.
- What job would you be absolutely terrible at? Anything remotely logical… I worked for the Nationwide Building Society once. It was a disaster.
- If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance of winning gold for? Drama queen-ing.
- What’s your claim to fame? There have been a few! Best one probably touring with Take That during my stint in a girl band. Funniest one, I met Prince Charles last year, got carried away and did an epic curtsy.
- What is something you think everyone should totally do at least once in their life? Take a leap of faith on something or someone!