The BlueBelles are always delighted to be asked to sing at events in the local community. People often ask where we are from. There is no simple answer to this. We rehearse in Easton Royal in Wiltshire but none of the BlueBelles actually live there! Most of us hail from Pewsey, Burbage
Pewsey Heritage Centre is one of our favourite places to sing. Not just because of the lovely acoustic, but also because of the warm welcome we always receive here. This May, we returned for our third concert in this lovely venue and we were delighted to be performing to a packed house. Of course
Spring Sing returns on Saturday 27th April 2019, from 10:30am. Enjoy a selection of local choirs performing in venues across Calne town centre, ending with the choirs and audience joining for a ‘Big Sing’ finale. Free entry to all performances. The full programme will be announced shortly. The event culminates with choirs and audience joining
Our first Christmas gig this year involved singing in the Town Hall in Calne. Earlier in the year we had performed for the Calne Spring Sing and we had such a great time, and apparently were so popular with the punters that we were invited back to take part in the Calne Christmas Festival. The
The BlueBelles are delighted to have secured a slot to perform at this years Sunday Afternoon Concert Series at Iford Manor. We will be performing on Sunday 13 May 2018 at 14.30 On Sundays from May to September the very best of local amateur performers entertain garden visitors. Concerts between 2:30 and 3:30 take place
We are delighted to announce that we will be performing on stage again at this year’s Calne Spring Sing. This is the fifth year the Calne Spring Sing has been organised by the town council and it looks like being a great event with lots of choirs joining together to perform at venues all over
October will be a busy month for us. First we are off on our travels to Barnstaple where we will be singing with the fantastic Barnstaple Male Voice Choir. This invitation came about a year or so ago when our Musical Director, Jules, recorded the Barnstaple men and produced a CD for them.