Cockney Sing-a-long

with Tom Carradine
Monday 24th
Tuesday 25th
Wednesday 26th
Thursday 27th
Friday 28th
Saturday 29th
Sunday 30th
Inspiration - Experience
Who is this class for?


  • Reminisce on the songs that were born out of old Britain
  • Have a fun evening with all family members
  • Sing your heart out with the pub favourites
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The class will become available to join 15 minutes before it is due to start.

2022-01-23T18:00:00Z - 2022-01-23T19:00:00Z
Cockney Sing-a-long A good, old-fashioned, Cockney sing-a-long, where you can exercise the vocal cords and enjoy some classic favourites, played on the ‘old Joanna.
Cockney Sing-a-long Class

"Hi, I'm Tom and come and join me in this interactive Musical Performance (Sing-a-long) as I lead you in a good old-fashioned sing-a-long, in the grand Cockney tradition. 

Sharing my love of Music Hall and popular song from the 1850s to the 1950s, I will explore sing-a-long classics including songs from the Music Hall, World War 1 and World War 2, the West End stage and popular songs from across the decades."

Lyrics will be provided on screen during Cockney Sing-a-long each week.

On Tuesday 17 Jan 2022, We start the year with an An Evening on Tin Pan Alley, where we'll be singing the following songs:

Alexander’s Rag Time Band
Carolina in the Morning
California Here I Come
If You Knew Susie
Baby Face
Toot, Toot, Tootsie
Yes Sir, That’s My Baby
Give My Regards to Broadway
You Made Me Love You
Oh, You Beautiful Doll
He’d Have to Get Under (Get Out and Get Under)
Let Me Call You Sweetheart
In the Good Old Summer Time
I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles
Happy Days are Here Again
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home
After the Ball
Yes, We Have No Bananas

And more. Of course Tom will be taking your requests.

Meet the instructor Tom Carradine
Tom is a professional singer, pianist and musical director. He is currently the Musical Director for Brick Lane Music Hall in London. He has worked extensively as a musical director and keyboard player on theatre shows such Les Miserables (Queen's Theatre, London) Cinderella (Hackney Empire), the UK tours of Blood Brothers, Half a Sixpence, Waterloo, Mad About the Musicals and Gotta Sing Gotta Dance to name but a few. Tom also works as a pianist and musical director on the illustrious London cabaret circuit and has tickled the ivories at many prestigious venues such as Cafe de Paris, Crazy Coqs, the Grill Room at the Cafe Royal, The Pheasantry and the Savoy Hotel. He is also musical director for Champagne Charlie and the Bubbly Boys, a 1920/30s style dance band.
Geek Notes

Benefits of singing, include:

  • Improving overall wellbeing
  • Improving lung capacity and breathing
  • Improving mood
  • Reducing symptoms of anxiety
  • Reducing symptoms and risk of depression
  • Social cohesion
  • Improving cognition
  • Enhancing morale
  • Improving self-esteem
  • Reducing sense of loneliness.

Age UK and the NHS recommend getting involved in community activities like singing to improve mental wellbeing.

Click to find out more about the evidence and points.


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