Welcome to our website

Sing Your Heart Out is a series of singing workshops

(not a choir!) for people to get together and enjoy themselves,

and to gain the known benefits to mental health from singing.

No need to book, nothing to pay.

Just turn up at any of our sessions and you will be made welcome


Sing Your Heart Out is looking for new trustees!


We have a lively board of trustees with many skills,

but would particularly welcome people with

knowledge of IT, finance or design

(we don’t expect just one person to be able to do all of these things!)


If you are interested, take a look at this website for more about us, and  email us so we can arrange an informal chat


Sessions in Great Yarmouth are at a new, bigger venue.

Unitarian church, Greyfriars Way, GY.

NR30 2SW

 click here for details


Our indoor workshops

are now going on

Covid permitting.

Norwich Autumn sessions               Dates here


Kings Lynn Autumn sessions           Dates here


Great Yarmouth Autumn sessions    Dates here


Sheringham Autumn sessions          Dates here


Hingham Autumn sessions               Dates here


Please note, Hingham has repalced Attleborough

as our SYHO South venue.



Wednesday December 22nd

2pm Festive SYHO Zoom session

Join our email list to take part,

and you will also always have the latest information

Join here

Please donate to help us keep going !


Our Virtual Donations box


is now a Registered Charity!

number 1185038

Here is our new Board of Trustees

Read an amazing article in an American Mental Health magazine that includes lots of wonderful stuff about Sing Your Heart Out.

Mad in America


Still available..

SYHO in Your Home


Vidoes of songs and warmups for you to join in at home.

SYHO  research now published !

Read or download here


An interesting blog about the research has been published on the Mental Elf website. Read about it here.


BBC Report on Tom's research and us



And also a piece on ITV !


This was filmed at Norwich SYHO Christmas party

Also hear Professor Tom Shakespeare talking about the research on the Today program



His bit is 55minutes from the start.