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Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) - Youth Choir

52 – 58 Arcola Street,
E8 2DJ
Telephone: 0203 198 0225
Website: RSBC - Youth Choir - RSBC website


We’re incredibly excited to announce the launch of our brand new choir and music project

Come along and get involved!

If you love music, singing and performing, this is definitely for you.

Whether you’re a total beginner or a pro, you will be welcome.

More of a musical magician than a singer?

This music project goes beyond singing, it has something for everyone.

Do you play an instrument, dance, rap, beatbox, write songs, produce your own music? Come along and see what you can bring to the mix.

Are you are interested in sound engineering or documentary filming?

Come and get involved, the RSBC Choir needs you too.

What will you be working towards?

Be part of our journey working towards putting on an epic Concert performance in 2017. You’ll play a major role in composing, writing and performing a brand new original song, which will be the star attraction of the show.

In addition to this, you’ll get the chance to work with some music legends – the sessions are led by our fantastic choir master and professional singer Victoria, who is vision impaired herself, and Mohammed our sound engineer and producer.

When and where do you meet?

The RSBC Choir meets twice a month in East London and is open to anyone that is vision impaired between the ages of 11 – 25.

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What qualifications do staff/volunteers need to deliver your service:

No official qualifications but all staff and volunteers are DBS checked.

Time / Date Details

Time of day


Session Information

The choir rehearses on Saturdays
times may vary. Please contact us for more information.

Other Details


The RSBC Family Support Service is free of charge

Who is eligible?

Any blind or partially sighted young person aged between 12-25 is eligible to attend the RSBC Choir

Referral required?


Additional Information

Is your organisation a registered charity? Yes

If yes, what is the registered charity number? 307892

What to do if you have a complaint

As a first point of contact please email:

A member of our team will give you a call to discuss any concerns further.

Alternatively you can give us a call on: 020 3198 0225

Can parents & young people buy this service as part of their SEND personal budget?


How to Get Here

Local Bus Numbers: 67, 76, 149, 243, 38,

Tube: Dalston Junction

Train: Dalston Kingsland

Disabled parking: We are unable to offer any parking

Can you provide any transport to or from your service? 

If needed someone will be available to meet you from local transport links.

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