The Daleian Singers

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For the best of Male Voice singing in North Staffordshire

Come and join us

Singing in a choir is a very rewarding hobby which gives great satisfaction both in rehearsal and performance. We carry out between 10-15 concerts per year and rehearse on a Monday evening from 7:15 - 9:15, (see our contact page for details of the venue.) New members sit with established members of the choir and after around 3 months are asked to show that they can hold a line before being invited to join permanently, so why not come along and give it a go. We’d love to increase the diversity of the choir and welcome anyone, whatever colour, creed or orientation so don’t let the white, middle aged image of Male Voice singing put you off.

Forthcoming Engagements


Sept. 6th.        Sandon Hall

Oct.   4th.        Longton Central Hall with University Hospital Orchestra

         26th.      St. Oswald’s , Ashbourne

Nov.  9th.        Christchurch, Stone

        30th.       St. Paul’s, Longton

Dec.  12th.       St. Andrews, Westlands, Newcastle

        15th.       Ken Jervis Kia, Stoke


Feb. 8th.          Whitmore

March 14th.      Longton Central Hall with Dougie Mac Chorus

April 25th.        Great Budworth

Recent News


“We learnt this week of the death of Frank Stockton, aged 89, a former  Daleian singer. He joined the choir in the early 60s and was a loyal member for many years. With his fine bass voice he made an enormous contribution both as chorister and soloist, and with his ready sense of humour he was wonderful company and a constant source of good will. A fine man and a true Daleian who will be greatly missed by those of us who were fortunate enough to know him.

In his retirement he moved to live in Derbyshire, and his last contact with the Daleians came with his attendance at the funeral of Sam Dakin who was his brother in law.

Our thoughts are with his widow Joyce, daughter Kim and family.

The Daleians at Camborne as part of the Cornwall International Festival of Male Voices