Church Street Workshops
172 Stoke Newington Church Street
London, N16 0JL
Tel: 020 7241 3676
Classes (Gift Vouchers available on request)
- Times: Monday and Tuesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:30pm and Saturday afternoons from 1:00 – 3:00pm every 2 weeks (advance booking is essential.)
- Techniques: The techniques I teach are varied and include: Pinch pots – Coil pots – Slab pots (soft and firm) – The use of moulds (including sprigs) – Wheel throwing – Decorative techniques – Clay sculpture – Glazing fired pieces
- Capacity: Spaces are strictly limited to 6 – 8 people per session. This means, I must request a level of commitment from anyone considering attending my classes.
- Cost: Classes are £25 per person/session on Monday, Tuesday and on Saturdays. Materials are paid for by dry weight. I require payment in advance (in blocks of 10 weeks or 2 x 5 week blocks) after the first class if you wish to continue.
Choir at the Castle
Are you a shower singer? Or love to sing from the rooftops? Either way join us!
We are a small community choir where voices of all shapes and sizes are welcome. We meet Monday nights from 7pm – 8.30pm at the Castle Climbing Centre, Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, N4 2HA (Training Room 3) to explore voice, harmony and learn great a cappella songs from around the world by ear.
First session is free to get a taste of what we do and sessions are drop in, so you don’t have to commit to the whole term. After that it is £6 or Castle members are just £5. You will feel great!
Find us on Facebook or for more info email Reneeberkhout@naturalvoice.net
I am a self proclaimed singing addict who believes that singing is for everyone – I think that we can all enjoy the many benefits that singing has to offer regardless of musical ability or background. Singing is great on so many levels, for your wellbeing, breathing, connection with others and of course enjoyment. Currently I lead the Castle Choir, and am section lead for the altos at Shakti Sings (an environmental choir that sing at Glastonbury) and recently I lead Winter Pop Up Choir, in Bethnal Green.