Welcome to Handy Voices Signing Choir

We are a non-auditioning community choir based in Oxford and the first sign-singing choir in Oxfordshire.  The team is made up of Hearing, Deaf, deafened, Hard of Hearing, Mixed SEN and members from the LGBTQI community.  We work hard to be as inclusive as possible, to break down seen and unseen barriers, giving everyone a voice and to create a safe space for all. We also work to be loyal allies with our members and our partners.

Sessions are £6/session (including refreshments) weekly on Wednesday evenings from at 7:30pm- 9:00pm held in the historic and centrally located, Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre (term time only).   All are welcome and no British Sign Language experience needed.

For more information, please look at the  Who We Are page

In addition to our scheduled performances, we are also proud to offer bespoke bookings for communication support, performances and workshops at your event, business or school.

Recent Posts

What Does Handy Voices Mean to Me? by Shakeel Marham

Photo Credit: Stu Allsopp Photo Credit: Agata Urbiniak   Shakeel asked to write a blog for HV as he feels that “It is impacted me so much in my life, I have to tell everyone”.  Shakeel was part of our youth music project, Youth Handy Voices that ran in 2018 in partnership with the My … Continue reading What Does Handy Voices Mean to Me? by Shakeel Marham

What does it mean to be more inclusive? Blog/Vlog I wrote for Youth Music July 2018

Here is a a copy of the Blog/Vlog I wrote for Youth Music in July 2018 as part of the Youth Handy Voices music accessibility project I partnered with the Ark T Centre from April- December 2018. Vlog: What is Youth Handy Voices? available here Thank you for watching my vlog. In addition to how … Continue reading What does it mean to be more inclusive? Blog/Vlog I wrote for Youth Music July 2018

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