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.
Dawlish Rocks is born! (Dawlish Rocks, Sweet Honi)
Thu, 28 Sep 2017
We've now had two sessions in Dawlish and attracted a great bunch of singers. Great to see a balance of sopranos, altos and baritones all getting along and having a lot of fun learning and laughing together. We've started our season with a fun Motown Medley, featuring five popular songs. We're currently restricting female membership whilst encouraging more men to come and have a go. We had three men turn up on the first week and five last night, so we're moving in the right direction. We're already being asked about performance dates and I think they are already developing some friendly sibling rivalry with the Honis! Anyone interested in joining this fabulous new community choir should email Kathy or give her a call on 07957 908015 to arrange a trial session or join the waiting list.
Sweet Honi and Brass Warriors perform at The Beehive
Sun, 28 May 2017
Their final show for Sweet Honi founder and director, Andy Hague, featuring the 50+ strong chorus, "The Bumbles" (Sweet Honi's very own backing band) and guest support act The Brass Warriors
An energetic performance from the choir wowed the sell out crowd at the popular, community venue.