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Cân Sing: Singing for the Soul

Cân Sing is a bi-monthly singing group for all abilities which celebrates the uplifting benefits of singing.  

The group has been meeting for many years, with new additions along the way. It’s perfect if you are looking to sing regularly in a pressure-free environment, or whether you fancy dropping in for a sing every so often. The pace of the teaching is easily accessible to all, with no time restraints. 

Vocal practitioner Molara guides the group through an exploratory celebration of singing, focusing on strengthening the voice, overcoming some of the physical and emotional barriers to singing openly and freely, and above all, singing for enjoyment. 

The repertoire is varied with songs from Georgia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, and Hawaii with a few shanties and some pop thrown in for good measure. 

The project has provided vital support and connection and helped to improve people’s wellbeing at this most difficult time. Singers have found the experience “Stimulating, connecting and heart-warming” with “with just the right mix of warm-up, chat and song.” 

Date: Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, except Bank Holidays, with a break over August 

Time: 7pm – 9pm 

Location: The SPAN Arts building, Town Moor, Narberth, SA67 7AG 

Tickets: Sessions £7. Book online here or pay cash at the door. 

To find out more or for any questions contact SPAN Community Producer Bethan Morgan at info@span-arts.org.uk or call the team on 01834 869323. 


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Supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Pembrokeshire County Council, The Ashley Family Foundation, Ty Cerdd, and PAVS, in collaboration with The Queen’s Hall and Bethesda Chapel, Narberth.