Dawlish Rocks gave their first formal, public performance on Thursday evening to a packed church. The evening, organised by Dawlish Arts Festival, featured five choirs from around the Dawlish area, offering a varied programme. Dawlish Rocks kicked off the second half with three songs. The acoustics were great, everyone sang well and our two soloists, Steve and Jo, both gave strong performances. Photos and video to follow! We had a few people very interested in joining our ranks. Please get in touch ASAP if you would like to come along for a free trial session or even join us for the remainder of Summer term if you are a quick learner!
Sweet Honi - VIDEO RECORDING NIGHT!
Sun, 15 Apr 2018
The first video evidence of our choir pub crawl! (Dawlish Rocks)
Fri, 13 Apr 2018
Fantastic final week of Spring Term 2018 (Dawlish Rocks, Sweet Honi)
Fri, 30 Mar 2018
What a great end to our Spring Term!
On Monday night Sweet Honi filmed their very own music video. Plenty of photos and of course the finished video project to follow. They looked and sounded fantastic. Everyone pitched in with the set up, pack up and we had a lovely tea break with home baked goodies - wow, we really needed refuelling.
On Wednesday night Dawlish Rocks departed their rehearsal hall early and set off to the pub! An evening of drinking, socialising and singing in three Dawlish town pubs ensued. Video evidence is being tracked down, but it was great fun and well received.
What a fantastic evening! It was the culmination of much hard work in rehearsals and great team work from our Sweet Honi membership. Along with our guest act, Sidmouth Gospel Choir, we produced an inspiring and fun evening of music that was enjoyed by a full house! A cheque payable to MacMillan Cancer Support for £714.63 has been sent off to Utility Warehouse, and they are doubling all fundraising efforts at the end of the year. Big thanks to everyone who helped, took part and supported the event.
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End of Term Celebrations (Dawlish Rocks, Sweet Honi)
Sat, 11 Nov 2017
We're now looking forward to end of term performances and celebrations.
First up is Dawlish Rocks, hosting a celebration evening on 29th November. This will be an opportunity for family and friends to hear the progress of the new choir so far and also for potential members to get a flavour of our rehearsal and performance style.