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New songs just added
 
A Life Worth Living
 
Peace on Earth 
Union Hall 
Wave bye bye to PFI 
We Are Women We Are Strong  
 
You cannae have a spare room in a pokey council flat  
A-Z Songbook
(free download but you can make a donation on this page)
Go to the Songs page for songsheets and all our songs

 REHEARSALS 
We Meet weekly on Friday evenings or Sunday afternoons -all welcome
We're back at St Brides
St Brides Church, Catherine St, Liverpool, L87LT
Map

Sunday 13th April 3pm
Friday 2nd May 7pm
Sunday 11th May 3pm
Sunday 18th May 3pm
Friday 30th May 7pm
Sunday 15th June 3pm
Friday 19th June 7pm
Friday 27th June 7pm
Sunday 6th July 3pm
Friday 11th July 7pm
Sunday 20th July 3pm
Friday 25th July 7pm

       (More dates to be confirmed)     

NEXT APPEARANCES

Sat 3rd May The Adelphi Hotel 12:30 WEBE40  Celebration of 40 years of News From Nowhere bookshop and “Liverpool: city of working class resistance”  Liverpool TUC joint event. details and other acts

Friday 16th May  evening - Light Night, Various Venues, Liverpool Town Centre


Sunday 1st June 1.30 to 2pm (tbc) at News From Nowhere WeBe40 Radical
Bookfair at the Bluecoat Arts Centre, School Lane

Friday 6th to Sunday 8th June  Raise your Banners Festival of Political
Song, Bradford


If you want to come and singalong click on songsheet next to the event or go to the songbook page !






 







We are a group of  singers with socialist ideals.  We stand with those who call for peace, oppose fascism and support the rights of workers. 

Music has been used by the working class for centuries both to tell their stories and to unite them in the struggle against oppression in all its forms.  We are part of that tradition and  welcome new recruits to our rehearsals and appearances. 

We are an inclusive choir-no auditions! just come along to rehearsals and sing

We sing at community events, demonstrations, political rallies and street festivals.  We started the group in February 2010 and our first outing was the May Day march in Liverpool 2010.  Our most recent performances include:


  • International  Womens Day 2013
  • Bedroom Tax Protest March 2013
  • The Witch is Dead Party April 2013
  • Manchester TUC  demo against ConDem privatisation of the NHS Sept 2013
  • Wigan Diggers Festival 2013
  • Higher Education Workers Picket Lines 2014
                                                              see us on    yt

Among our numbers we have students, pensioners, teachers, trade union activists, peace campaigners, artists, office workers, volunteers, community activists and people looking for work.  Nobody is turned away and everybody’s talents and skills are valued. We rehearse every week.

We organise the group on a democratic basis and anyone is welcome to suggest songs or events to sing at  (see our constitution)

Go to the 'contact us' page if you want information you cannot find on this website or if you want us to sing at your event



We are a self financing group and members pay a subscription related to income. If you would like to contribute by standing order contact our Treasurer here 


Alternatively you can make a one off donation via PayPal by clicking here   
 
The money we raise through subs and donations pays  for the expense of running the choir and subsidises the cost of attending events outside Merseyside. We therefore welcome and actively seek donations from others to help us continue.  We would be particularly interested in donations from Trade Unions.  If you or your organisation can help us by providing some finance or you want to book us for an event or you want to join us please get in touch 'contact us' 

Hear us on Lizzie Nunnery's
single - 'Poverty Knocks'- Lizzie Nunnery featuring Liverpool Socialist Singers
available here
all profits go to Crisis