Rising Voices Recovery Choir is a Bristol based free weekly singing group for people with problematic drug or alcohol use, and those in recovery from it. We also welcome families and carers of drug and alcohol users, and staff and volunteers from treatment services. We are led by experienced local choir leader and musician, Isolde Freeth-Hale, and managed by Sophie Wilsdon at Bristol Drugs Project. BDP is part of the wider treatment system in Bristol, ROADS (Recovery Orientated Alcohol and Drugs Service).
Our performances create hope and positivity and are guaranteed to warm your heart.
We are very excited to be singing at Brunel’s SS Great Britain for Making Music Day!
We will be singing outside the ship by the river at 12.30pm for the general public, and then on the ship itself at 2pm for ticket holders.
Please note: Events are not organised by the Make Music Day UK team unless stated otherwise.
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