Every Friday in January, February and March GOSH Arts invited a different singer, group or choir to perform in the main entrance to Great Ormond Street Hospital for ‘Singing Season’.

Patients, families and staff enjoyed the weekly pop up concerts which included performances from the world famous Swingle Singers, Beat Box Collective, the London International Gospel Choir and closed with a performance from the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Staff and Parent Choir. 

What a glorious performance in an intimate little venue — GOSH Parent

Really enjoyed the music, these small things make such a big difference to your day — GOSH Parent

Did you know singing and listening to singing is proven to help reduce pain, can make you feel happier, more relaxed and less stressed and may even help you sleep better

Want to try singing?

The GOSH Staff and Parent Choir meet from 5:45 — 6:45 on Wednesdays from the 20 September — 06 December (excluding 25 October) in the Chapel in level 2 corridor of the Variety Club Building.

The choir is free to join and no commitment or experience is necessary. The choir sing a fun, and relaxed repertoire including gospel, pop and traditional songs 

I found it massively stress relieving, good for my brain, and wonderful to become part of something bigger than myself — GOSH Choir member

I look forward to Wednesday evenings; they are a really positive, uplifting experience – GOSH Choir member