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The Harmony Collective

05 Oct - 02 Nov

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The Harmony Collective

05 Oct - 02 Nov 2023


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Come together to celebrate the power of music and voices from around the world.

The Harmony Collective is a singing group open to all, with a unifying focus on togetherness and welcome. This sanctuary choir is open to anyone who wants to find a creative home in Norwich – anyone who wants to sing with others and celebrate voices from around the world.

Guided by Samia Malik – singer, songwriter, artist and teacher – join us for a mixture of scales, rhythms and music of the world.

Free to attend and no need to register – just turn up!

Important information

Sessions are free of charge and open to refugees, asylum seekers and migrants of all ages. However, children must be accompanied.

No experience necessary. No need to book – just turn up to join in.

Session dates:

7 & 14 Sep
5 & 25 Oct
2 Nov

Session times:

All 10.30am-12pm


What to expect

Celebrate the power of music with an exceptional musician and in a safe space. The workshops will be super relaxed – participants can join in or sit and listen to the beautiful music being created.

About The Harmony Collective

We want the Norwich Theatre to become a place of welcome for refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.

Part of our wider work as a Theatre of Sanctuary, The Harmony Collective is a community choir that shares songs from around the world.  It allows us to bring communities together to foster a sense of welcome and acceptance of one another, and to combat isolation for those who are perhaps new to Norwich altogether.

We aim to raise awareness of the refugee experience, fostering a culture that challenges prejudices and misinformation, and celebrates multicultural Britain and the contributions of migrants to our city (and the country) cultural heritage and economy.

Stage Two

Eat & Drink

Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink  at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.

Getting here

Directions to  the Stage Two. Where to park near the Stage Two, drop-off & disabled parking plus public transport information.

Access Information

Up-to-date information on access our building, accessible performances and details on personal assistant tickets.