Have you ever wondered how you could have your voice listened to?
Wonder no more! Through collective singing we can be part of a catalyst for change.
Holler4 are giving you the platform for your voice to get heard.
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Holler4 . The Activists Choir . You, singing for change
NEWS JUST IN
It really is high time we got together for a
BIG HOLLER isn't it and as luck would have it - opportunity knocks!
Holler4 (thats YOU! ) are leading a mass rendition of I CAN'T KEEP QUIET on the anniversary of Women's March London, this Sunday 21st January 2018. at the Time's Up Rally called to renew the struggle for equality and justice. You have got to come! Please come!, it's going to be brilliant. Click the link to the Women's March London Facebook event page.
REHEARSAL BEFORE THE RALLY
Meet at Mandela Statue in Parliament Square for reunion hugs, herbal tea and run through from 10am. At 10.50 we will walk up to the rally outside Downing Street singing as we go (of course).
If you can't make the rehearsal then find us with our LOVE IS STRONGER banner and Holler4 placards at Richmond Terrace, opposite Downing Street from 11 til 1. We will aim to stand to the right hand side of the stage as you are looking at it.
We can't be accurate on timings because our experience tells us that things tend to be very fluid on the day but as far as I know, we'll be hollering towards the end of the rally. Probably 12.45.
BRAND NEW WORKSHOP! We're learning 2 new songs : 'Nasty' and a Korean Peace song. SIGN UP HERE
Holler4, led by Denise Dobson of Songworks, is a spontaneous pop up choir for activists whose collective voices comprise all who are inspired to take part. We react to public feeling and reach out to all who want to demonstrate strength in numbers, harness the power of community, get your voice heard and become a catalyst for changing hearts and minds.
Join up to the Holler4 Pop-Up choir.
We're recruiting a number of people who'll come together and sing at rallies and marches for social justice with an activist repertoire learnt at special Holler4 workshops like the one above, at various times through the year.