12:00PM, Saturday 17 September 2016
Members of a choir for ‘people who can’t sing’ have been celebrating their first live performance.
Maidenhead’s Tuneless Choir sang at Sunday’s monthly Shabbytique and Eat on the High Street event in Maidenhead town centre.
Tunes including Daydream Believer, Delilah and Uptown Funk helped raise money for the Royal Voluntary Service.
Choir leader Tabitha Beaven said: “I couldn’t be more proud, putting themselves out there to ‘sing like no one is listening’, when lots of people were actually listening, was a really big deal.
“It was wonderful to see beaming faces in the group and hear the public enjoying what we did and even singing along.
“I was nervous too, but as is the Tuneless way, we just laugh off the bits that go a bit wrong.”
The group meets Wednesday from 8-9.15pm at the United Reformed Church on West Street.
Visit www.tunelesschoir.com to find out more.
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