For all enquiries pleas email Simon: or see our Facebook page facebook/everyonecansing1

The ECS family


We will be restarting all groups in September 2021.


ECS Singers - Thursday September 2nd 7.45pm


ECS Monday - Monday September 6th


ECS workshop - Saturday October 2nd


How to join a group:


The costs of workshops, sessions and choir membership are currently being reviewed but are typically £5 a week.


Workshops and rehearsals are ususally held at:


West Bridgford Methodist Church
Musters Road, West Bridgford
Nottingham, NG2 7PQ


About Us

Everyone can sing!

Singing together in a group, being taught simple melodies and harmonies by ear, might be the key to you enjoying singing. Come and have some fun!


Everyone Can Sing was formed by Simon Thompson, Martin Roscoe and Tim Heywood in February 2016 to let singers enjoy singing with a band.


We believe that with the right encouragement everyone can sing. When we sing we forget about anything else other than living in the song.

Go on. Try it!


ECS has since developed into a number of groups.


Our Groups

At ECS on a Monday we let our hair down and have a lot of fun with a small 'live band' including Doug Richardsons / Ian Abbot (guitars), Paul Mountain (drums), Stuart Duke (vocals and IT) & Grahame Connelly (bass). Our participants are 'pop stars' for the day and choose to sing melodies or harmonies without music but with a band.


At ECS Saturday Workshops we have similar fun but with a different band ususally comprising some of the following: Tim Heywood (keyboard and vocals), Martin Roscoe (lead guitar), Mark Walker (bass and vocals) Mike Beard (keys), Paul Mountain (drums), and workshop leader, Simon Thompson, nicknamed 'Zebedee'. All can sing, including 'one note Roscoe'!!  


ECS Singers is a community choir of around 70 singers, many of whome first came to ECS through one of the workshops.


For more details about any of these groups see facebook/everyonecansing1 or email


Singers at workshops are heavily reliant on tea/coffee & cake/biscuits at the interval and lots of dancing during the singing!


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