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The Gotherington Singers are a friendly and committed choir of women's voices from the Cheltenham area, always ready to welcome new members.

Gotherington Singers outside Quedlinburg Blasiikirche August 2013

Gotherington Singers tour to the Harz mountains, Germany

Thursday, 1 August 2013 - Monday, 5 August 2013

The sun shone from a cloudless blue sky for four days, the temperature stayed in the high thirties, and our tour was as successful as the weather. We stayed in the town of Halberstadt, in Saxony- Anhalt, a rural area of pretty villages, half-timbered houses, and vast fields of ripened grain. The towns are full of culture and history from the middle ages to more recent times.

Gotherington Singers with Reading Male Voice Choir at St Nicholas Church, Newbur

Concert in Newbury

Saturday, 8 June 2013

Great concert with Reading Male Voice Choir and Welford and Wickham CofE School djembe band. Audience and performers all had a truly wonderful evening.

Joint Concert with Reading Male Voice Choir

Saturday, 8 June 2013

Great concert with Reading Male Voice Choir and Welford and Wickham CofE school djembe band. Audience and performers all had a wonderful evening.

Choir wins two cups at Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts

Monday, 20 May 2013

The choir had a successful day at the Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts. We won 2 classes, the Sacred Song Class and the Female Choirs Class. Choral Day at the Festival is very enjoyable, with choirs of all types and ages taking part.

Gotherington Singers Spring Concert

Saturday, 20 April 2013 - 7:30pm

A lovely Spring evening, and a lovely concert. The choir delighted the audience with a mix of songs old and new, including a moving performance of Bob Chilcott's" Remember me". They  finished with a medley from Les Miserables. They were joined by guests John Qualtrough (baritone), Lesley Crompton (clarinet) and choir member Sarah Gray (flute). Proceeds from the evening went to the North Gloucestershire branch of the MS Society.