Now that we've all just about recovered from the snow, don't forget you can catch us at Birmingham Hippodrome's 'Frost Fair' on Saturday 16th December. There's lots going on but you get a chance to hear us twice - at 12:45 and at 4:00pm before we, in the words of Bob Cratchit, go off to 'make merry'.  Giving us enough time to recover before our next performance at 6:00pm the following day (Sunday 17th), where we are delighted to be supporting Eden bar's Big Gay Family Christmas with an opportunity to join in with a few festive favourites.  You may be interested to know that our dress code for this is "there is no such thing as TOO FESTIVE!!"

We are then having a bit of a festive break and return for our first rehearsal of the year (and NEW MEMBERS NIGHT) on:

Tuesday 9th January 2018

(8pm - 10pm)

Friends Meeting House

                                         (Corner of St James/George Rd)


So if you've often thought about joining a choir or you simply decide spur of the moment, you will be very welcome to come along to our inclusive choir, where you don't need to audition or read music!

So all that's left to say is, have a safe and very happy Christmas and New Year, we hope to see you on the 9th January 2018. 



After many happy years at the mac Birmingham, we have decided to move to - what we hope will be just as happy a home - the Edgbaston Friends Meeting House in St James Road.  Our new full address is:

  • Friends Meeting House
  • St James Road
  • Edgbaston
  • B15 1JP

A link to Google Maps for directions can be found here.

Rainbow Voices' Summer Concert on Saturday 22nd July at Hagley Road must go on the record as our best-ever! With our reputation growing, the concert was a sell-out and the sopranos, altos, tenors and basses have never been in better voice under the fantastic direction of our Musical Director, Emma. 

We were also treated to a wonderful and moving solo from one of our basses,  the return of half of ABBA to perform a duet of 'Waterloo',  a trio of Adeles and some beautiful harmony singing from the alto section.   Add to this the brilliantly funny Barbara Nice, who we were honoured to have as a compère and who continues to be our wonderful patron, which meant a brilliant evening was had by all!

If you would like to join in the fun and thrills of singing as part of a choir, and taking part in a variety of performances, come and join us at our new members evening on 12th September at Music Room 1, the MAC, Cannon Hill Park.  Don't be frightened - we are a warm, welcoming and fun bunch (their will also be cake!!).  Singers of all abilities and ranges are welcome (we are particularly in need of tenors so you'll get an even bigger slice of cake!!). 

We look forward to seeing you there!