I love nothing better than to bring a room together in song, however big or small. Please email me at

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Singing the sounds of Weston

I’ve spent the autumn visiting Weston-super-Mare, being inspired by singing with the people here, listening to songs and stories and delving into the past at the Weston Museum.

On a beautiful day at the end of September, I arrived at Uphill and was stunned by a new perspective on the town that I’ve previously only known by coming to the seaside from Bristol with my children.

The sun shining, I climbed up to St Nicholas’ church and looked out over Brean Down and the mouth of the river. Taking in the beautiful view, the ancient history of the place struck me powerfully – the church was built in 1080 on the site of a Roman Temple.…

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Kate Dimbleby Sing Happy

Sing Happy – my new show!

Sing Happy is a true story about how I found my many voices – and listened, to connect with others and sing myself happy!

It has songs you know and songs you don’t, my vocal looper and my ironing board, a bit of the 40s and 50s, a bit of the 80s, a bit of me and you!

The show was created with my old friend and director Cal McCrystal (Paddington, One Man Two Guvnors) and premiered at the Edinburgh Festival in August 2018.  Since then, I have been on the road, in houses, theatres, village halls – meeting and singing with my audiences.

Each show is different – inspired by you, the audience. If you can hum, you can sing… the music of life!

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4* review of SONGBIRDS Live show in Pop section of The Times

This project has surprised me at every turn – with how it grows and changes and the audience it has attracted. I am feeling thoroughly moved and grateful. First Radio 6 music and now a POP review in the Times!

Here is the review of the live launch at NOW gallery


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