Queer-led, all genders F*Choir has announced their spring gig – SPRING SING – taking place on Sunday 30th April at Walthamstow Trades Hall.

Following their sell-out Christmas show F*Mas in December 2022, the powerhouse vocal collective are back to rise up and welcome in the new season with a transformative, magickal mix of queer rebel songs and pop bangers. F*Choir has re-written the rules of what it means to be part of a modern choir, and over the last 6 years has grown to 60 voices led by performance artist and drummer Jenny Moore. SPRING SING’s evening performance will include support by incredible performance artist Porscha Present.

Tickets are available here from £8, with matinee and evening shows planned.

F*Choir is a London-based, all-genders choir led by performance artist and drummer Jenny Moore. Over the last 6 years it has grown as a place to gather in body and in voice, to vibrate and move and learn together. We sing songs about gender, sexuality, freedom and rage. We don’t use traditional sheet music and gendered voice parts or auditions, but instead devise other ways to notate and perform Moore’s high energy arrangements of everything from Meredith Monk to Tirzah and Micachu. Our aim is to provide space for all voices to be heard without assuming anyone’s gender, origin or sexuality – to use the choir as a form of feminist practice and communal singing as a type of magic.

F*Choir has performed across the UK, sold out gigs at Bishopsgate Institute, Earth Hackney, Mountford Hall, Raven Row, Wellcome Collection; worked with Young Women’s Music Project and OVADA in Oxford, set up a DIY residency in Catalonia, Spain. In 2020 we were in-residence at Borealis festival for experimental music, Norway, leading a euphoric week of concerts, workshops and interventions across Bergen. Our work has been featured on BBC3 Late Junction, “Hymns and Hers: Radical Choirs and Feminist Carols,” the Guardian, Ballade Magazine, New Statesman and supported by our musical hero, the patron saint of F*Choir, Planningtorock.