Mansfield Tesco Performance

This coming weekend, Saturday 30th April, both of our Community Signing Choirs are descending on Mansfield.

We are holding a performance at Mansfield Chesterfield Road Tesco commencing at 11am.

We will be performing a variety of songs ranging from Disney favourites to classic songs everyone can sing along to.

We’ll be performing 20 minute slots every half an hour until 3pm.

The performance will be to raise money to send the choirs to Jersey to compete in the Eisteddfod for the third time.

Looking forward to meeting as many new people as possible and raising a whole lot of money!

See you there?!

2016 performances confirmed to date

Saturday April 30th – Mansfield Tesco (Both Choirs) 11am – 3pm
Sunday 19th June – Arnold Carnival (Both Choirs) 3.40pm onwards
Saturday 9th July – Radcliffe Carnival (Radcliffe Choir) 3.20 – 3.45pm
Saturday 17th September – Unison Diversity event – Nottingham City Hospital (Radcliffe Choir) –  1.00pm – 4.30 pm
Saturday 5th November – Jersey Eisteddfod (Both Choirs)
A number of other performances are currently awaiting confirmation.

For most of the events, please contact the venue themselves for ticket information. 

If you require more information on the group or would like to speak to us regarding setting up a signed singing or sign language group in your school or community organisation, please do not hesitate to contact us at admin@harmoneyes.org.uk.

March 2016 update

Harmoneyes continue to work hard over the past year with both of their Signing Choirs who continue to go from strength to strength as we enter our third year of running signing choirs. Our members of both choirs continues to grow as members leave for pastures new and new members come to take their places.

This is an amazing achievement and shows the dedication of Harmoneyes as they strive to keep up with demand for both performances and workshops over a variety of locations, both regional and national.

2015 proved to be a challenging year for Harmoneyes themselves due to Simon being diagnosed with Mantle Cell Lymphoma, after a tough battle, he was finally declared in remission and through the treatment, he kept a brave face and still appeared when he could.

We have a number of upcoming events where you are able to catch Harmoneyes or their choirs in action and if you’re lucky, you will be able to see them all perform together!