Wymondham – Fairland United Reform Church
Monday Nights at Fairland United Reform Church, Wymondham.
Fairland Green, Fairland Hill, Wymondham, NR18 0AW
Want to try singing in Wymondham? Our Monday night session takes place at Fairland United Reform Church (our new venue for 2017!). This spacious yet cosy venue is perfect for singing your heart out, with full kitchen facilities and even a stage for any impromptu performing!
A close-knit mixed ability group, with a friendly and supportive atmosphere. A perfect place to get to know one another and make new friends.
The Wymondham group is usually led by Lauren Dove (below), an accomplished Blues and Rock singer, who is highly rated by Invidia members with a welcoming nature and a passion for helping people realise their singing potential. Lauren is currently travelling and our fantastic Lowestoft tutor Viktoria Juganzon shall be covering her! If you would like to read a little more about Viktoria you can do so here.
You will be welcomed to the group by our fantastic buddies, Jan (left), Alun (middle) and Jill (right), who will answer all of your questions and make sure you have everything you need to start singing!
The evening starts at around 7.30pm and runs until 9.00pm. We suggest you arrive around 7.15pm for an early start.
If you would like to try out the Wymondham singing group, then why not come and have your first two sessions on us? Follow this link to sign up.
If you would like to learn a little bit more about our Wymondham tutor Lauren, have a read of the following 20 questions we asked her:
1. Your Favourite colour: Green.
2. Your Favourite Invidia song: Mr. Blue Sky – just works so well as a choir song.
3. Your Least Favourite Invidia Song: Bohemian Rhapsody – those time signatures!!!
4. Your biggest pet peeve: Mobile phones when you’re out to dinner, put them away and chat!
5. Your dream car: Any classic car like an MG with round head-lamps OR a campervan.
6. Your tipple of choice: Cider
7. What was the last movie that made you cry? King Kong – it was on, I blubbed.
8. If you could go back to the age of 21 and give yourself 3 pieces of advice, what would they be? Don’t worry about what people think, don’t be afraid to go for opportunities. Should have bought that house!
9. Name 3 items on your bucket list: Go on a US Tour with my band. Run a Marathon/do a triathlon, Climb to the base camp of Everest.
10. What was the first thing you bought with your own money? Probably chocolate or My Little Pony.
11. Your Music Hero, alive or dead, that you wish you could channel when performing: Aretha Franklin – DIVA!!
12. Musical Guilty Pleasures that you don’t really want to admit to (go on): I have a whole Spotify playlist…We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off – Jermaine Stewart ( I usually avoid the 80s!).
13: Your perfect weekend: Just free time, catching up with friends, dressing up and dancing to go and see a gig and then Sunday by the coast, walking and eating lots of yummy food. (assuming hangovers didn’t exist).
14. If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time? write songs and sing. If I didn’t need to worry about the neighbours or housemates.
15. What job would you be absolutely terrible at? Waitressing! I’ve tried it, I’m clumsy and forgetful – I didn’t keep my job long.
16. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance of winning gold for? bad dancing?! I love it but I don’t know what I’m doing.
17. What are the small things that make your day better? People being friendly and smiling when you pass them.
18. What’s your claim to fame? I was part of a choir flash-mob on ITV’s magic show Tricked and we had to sing a song that Simon Webb was thinking of.
19. What is something you think everyone should totally do at least once in their life? Teach kids! It changes your perspective and understanding of others…politician’s especially need to do this!
20. Apart from the obvious (i.e.: any social media sites or YouTube / Netflix / Amazon / Google etc), what website do you visit most often? BBC Goodfood.