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Sea shanty singing

June 23, 2015 @ 19:30 – 21:30
The Golden Lion
Oswestry, Shropshire SY11 2AA

This regular event is for anyone interested in getting together to sing some sea shanties.

Hosted by the Shropshire Boatmen, this is an opportunity to join in or bring your own sea shanties to sing.

As well as a regular practice of some set songs, we welcome new singers (and musicians) interested in singing sea shanties together.

This is an informal group, so no need to be shy, come along and join in with the choruses or sing a whole song – it’s entirely up to you.


6 Responses to “Sea shanty singing”

  1. I am a devotee of shanty singing but have never sung in a group. Would love to , have a powerful tenor voice and enthusiasm. Live in bishops castle but in pursuit of pleasure, willing to travel. Can’t remember more than two lines of any song but what a Hell of a two lines they are!!!

    If you are looking for singers rather than gazers would love to hear from you. Ps if it counts have been to Falmouth Sea Shanty Festival more than once…..

    Posted by Alec Baseley | August 5, 2016, 20:27
  2. Hello Alec,

    Thanks for you comment. Everyone is welcome at the Golden Lion and the Shropshire Boatmen have a Facebook page at https://en-gb.facebook.com/shropshire.boatmen, so you could get in touch with them there.

    Very best wishes from Pant.

    Posted by Pant Today | August 7, 2016, 11:28
  3. Hi can anyone come along?

    Posted by Tracy Tooth | June 10, 2017, 20:06
  4. Hi
    Is this still running in Oswestry? My husband is keen to start sea shantie singing (after 25 years in male voice choir). Could you let me know the details for me to pass on to him please.

    Posted by Julia Edge | June 21, 2017, 19:16

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