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"Sing & Gin" is a fun and friendly choir for anyone and everyone, run by singing teacher Lynnette Cruickshank


We have finished our term for the holiday period. I'm sad to say that we're no longer able to use our current venue, so I will update the website and facebook page as soon as we have a new location secured. Be the first to hear about our updates by signing up to our newsletter below.

Do you love singing, but don't want to sing on your own?
Love karaoke, but find it a bit daunting?
Need a bit of dutch courage to sing?
Or are you simply looking for a new fun activity/night out to do with a group of friends or co-workers?

This is a new spin on the idea of a choir. You don't need to be able to sing or read music. It's for every day people with every day voices looking for a fun new hobby.
We'll be singing a range of different kinds of music, suggestions are always welcome!

*Gin not included!
**Drinking not mandatory!



We meet on Wednesday evenings (TBC) at 7:30-8:30pm at The Black Fox by the Shore, Constitution Street, Leith.

Try before you buy (your first session only) for £3,

then it costs £4 per session.

We offer 4-session card for £15.

Stick around for a drink and a chat once we've had a sing.

Newcomers and all ages (18+) are always welcome and we're LGBT+ friendly.


We have a fantastic resource where you can listen to the pieces we are working on. This can be used to catch up if you've missed a week or two, see what we are learning before popping along, or catching up so you aren't in the deep end if you are just starting mid-term.

It is also a great help if you want to practice in-between sessions or remind yourself of how parts go. This is especially helpful when we are gearing up to doing a performance!

Click here to listen to the backing tracks, both parts together or both parts separately!



You do not need to be able to sing! 

This is all about some fun for those who love to sing and want a new fun way to meet people and socialise. Singing is fabulous for mental health, and we can all have a wee drink or cuppa afterwards. 

Singing is a great ice-breaker, if you're nervous to meet other like-minded people and it will give you something to talk about afterwards.

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