The Daleian Singers

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For the best of Male Voice singing in North Staffordshire

‘Those who wish to sing always find a song’.

Come and join us

We are always looking for new members, particularly in the Bass and First Tenor sections. If you’ve never sung in a choir before, don’t worry, it’s a very easy going atmosphere and you don’t have to audition, just come along and sit with established members who will help you to acclimatise. It’s a very rewarding hobby which gives great satisfaction both in rehearsal and performance. We carry out between 6 -10 concerts per year and rehearse on a Monday evening from 7:15 - 9:15, see our contact page for details of the venue.

Forthcoming Engagements


Oct. 29th.        Chesterton United Reformed Church

Nov. 5th.         North Wales Choral Festival, Llandudno

Dec. 17th.       Astbury Golf Club


Mar. 19th.       Victoria Hall, Hanley with Paul Barry big band

                       (Daleian Singers Jubilee Concert)

March 25th.    Longton United Reformed Church

April 21st.       Christchurch, Tunstall

May 5th.         Silverdale Sacred Heart Church

May 13th.       Congleton Methodist Church

May 26-29th.  Dumfries Arts Festival

Dec. 2nd.        Longton United Reformed Church

Recent News

We mourn the loss of Don Lawton, a long-serving bass chorister and Choir official. Don joined The Daleian Singers over 40 years ago, regularly singing solos and duets both on stage and in the pub after concerts! Many will remember his unique rendition of songs such as If I were a rich man, a perfect way for him to demonstrate the depth and quality of his voice. His last ‘special’ appearance with the Choir was at the Bush pub in Silverdale in July 2015. Was it Eric Newton accompanying Don, or Don accompanying Eric! (See pic below)

Don contributed a great deal to the Choir over the years, supporting its activities in various ways and also by arranging weekends away such as in East Anglia and in Kent. His occasional pithy comments at our AGMs were always well-meaning and worthy of note: he took the progress of the Choir very seriously, always having its best interests at heart and he was a committed and dependable member.

We extend our deepest condolences to Georgina and to Don’s daughter Judith.