Robert Peston Sings Bohemian Rhapsody in St Barnabas Church with Jericho Singers!

It’s not often that a clever, renowned, mild-mannered economics editor pops by for a quick sing of Bohemian Rhapsody in the beautiful St Barnabas Church, Jericho. A couple of years back the Radio 4 PM programme asked listeners to write in with suggestions for challenges that Robert Peston could do as he likes trying new things. 

Jericho Singers Welcomes Cambria Choir from London

A wonderful day of food, singing and friendship. We were delighted to
host a day of song sharing with Cambria choir and their brilliant leaders Lucy and Sarah.

The day began with warmup games then we had a delicious lunch provided by the Jericho Singers and mostly hand crafted. It was very good indeed! Pru and Sandy deserve extra thanks for co-ordinating everything so beautifully.

Jericho Singers Christmas Concert 2016

Magnificent evening of music, friendship and delicious treats.
Such a wonderful concert - the highlights were many!

It was particularly lovely to welcome all the children who joined in with their beautiful voices for 'Something Inside So Strong' and a song from the nativity 'In a Stable'.

Christmas Light Weekend

Jericho Singers having fun on Christmas Light Weekend, outside the Ashmoleum Museum.

Jericho Singers Christmas Concert 2016!

Jericho Singers Christmas Concert 12th December 2016 7.30pm, doors open 7pm
Admission Free, donations to the Jericho Wharf Project

Come and join us for a wonderful evening of music and merriment. Mulled wine, singing, music, cakes and treats and lots of folk. See you there!


New Term!

Jericho Singers are back for a new term at the beautiful St Barnabas Church. Looking forward to a fantastic term preparing for our Christmas concert and
lots of other fun events.

Jericho Singers Annual Boat Trip Summer 2016

A splendid evening with over 100 singers, friends and family - cruising, singing, eating, drinking and having a marvellous time...

We were truly blessed with the most incredible weather (pay back for the very wet Canal festival performance!) and the joy of singing altogether on the top deck as we ploughed through the glassy stillness of the Thames.