A Winter Celebration: Clarity Choirs & Bath Folk Singers

09 Dec 2023



Join Clarity Choir and Bath Folk Singers as they combine to celebrate the winter season. Expect wassails and folk carols, as well as rousing songs from across the world. Entry is by donation, pay what you decide – either in advance or on the door.

Event in aid of the Refugee Council.

About Clarity Choir:

Clarity Choir sing uplifting songs from around the world in a range of styles and come together to perform a few times a year. Clarity is an open-access, a cappella community choir that is as much about having fun as it is about singing!

All songs are taught by ear and everything we sing is unaccompanied allowing us to really enjoy the wonderful sound of the human voice in harmony. We meet in Bath and Trowbridge during term time. The choir is led by Clara Atkins.

About Bath Folk Singers:

With songs of epic journeys, rural pastimes and loves lost and found, the Bath Folk Singers are a community choir performing English folk songs in rich harmony. They have performed extensively across Bath and the surrounding area where they always impress with their varied, entertaining programmes and their heart felt performances. The choir is conducted by Matt Norman.

Refugee Council

The Refugee Council is a leading charity working with refugees and people seeking asylum in the UK. Founded in 1951 following the creation of the UN Refugee Convention, the Refugee Council exists to support and empower people who have fled conflict, violence and persecution in order to rebuild their lives here in the UK.

They work with over 13,000 women, men and children each year who are desperately seeking safety.

  • They provide crisis advice, mental health counselling and practical support to help people settle and integrate into their new community
  • They are specialists in working with refugee children who arrive in the UK alone
  • They work with refugees and their partners to fight for improvements to the asylum protection system
  • They inspire change in attitudes towards refugees and people seeking asylum—speaking out for compassion fairness and kindness.

Event details


09 Dec 2023


7.30pm – 9pm


Saint Swithin’s Church
The Paragon

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Pay what you decide! £2.50-£15