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 and Friends" - 50th Anniversary Gala Concert

Friday, 12 May 2017 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm

What a fantastic concert last Friday evening, and what a wonderful way to celebrate our 50th Anniversary! The Princess Hall was full, and we celebrated in style with all our friends. We were also delighted to welcome the Mayor, Councillor Chris Ryder.

50th Anniversary Gala Concert

Friday, 12 May 2017

We are all looking forward to a fantastic evening of music and song! Come and join us!


Choir members talk on air at BBC Radio Gloucestershire

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Four choir members talk with Jon Smith live on air at BBC Radio Gloucestershire. We had a really good time talking with Jon Smith on his programme. The programme is available on BBC iPlayer, local radio. 104.7FM/1413AM/digital. Look for the Nicky Price Show, Jon was standing in for him. We have invited Jon to our Gala Concert on Friday12th May 2017 at the Princess Hall, Cheltenham Ladies'College, 7.30 pm

Gotherington Singers Christmas Concert Dec 2016 St Nicolas' Church Cheltenham

Gotherington Singers Christmas Concert 'The Colours of Christmas'

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Another wonderful sell-out concert at St Nicolas' Church, with not a spare seat to be had! We  love this venue, and the many candles really enhanced the Christmas atmosphere. As always our programme was entertaining and varied, and the singing was fantastic. We were delighted to perform Elgar's 'The Snow' with violinists Rachel Hobby and Sarah Hayward, and Jerry Spence accompanying. What a lovely piece of music it is! The audience also had their turn, and enjoyed helping the choir with Mele Kalikimaka, a Christmas song from Hawaii involving actions!

Gotherington Singers St George's Day Concert 2016, St Nicolas Church, Swindon La

St George's Day Concert, April 2016

Saturday, 23 April 2016

Our St George's Day Spring Concert attracted a sell-out audience, and what a wonderful evening it was! St Nicolas is a lovely light and airy modern church with great acoustics, and we all really enjoyed our first concert in this lovely venue. Our programme was a celebration of English music and song, from Elgar through to musical theatre via Gilbert and Sullivan, ending with John Rutter's 'The Lord Bless You and Keep You'. Jane Ward Watts, our Musical director, inspired us as always and kept us in order, and Rachel Hobby,our accompanist, supported us in great style.