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Shout at Cancer registered charity number: 1163063

Company Limited by Guarantee, registered in England number: 09555249

Concerts and Theatre plays

Our aim is to give the laryngectomy voice a place on stage. We arrange concerts and performances, as well as theatre and opera trips, to help people to explore their voice and communication after laryngectomy.

13 September 2019

15h45-16h00

National ENT UK conference 

London on 13 September,

click here for more info

Have a peak of upcoming events and a read and perhaps a listen in our archive of previous events and activities

7 July 2019

Big thanks to Andrew Burnes and his friends, they raised over 1000£ for Shout with their bike ride.

July 2019

Together with Dr Evangelos Himonides UCL Shout at Cancer receives the prestigious Performance Lab Seed Fund, UCL Culture, have a read here

9 June 2019 

Big thanks to Dr. Elliot Haines, he raised 400 £ for Shout with his participation in a triathlon.

6 May 2019

Shout at Cancer  featured on the front page of BBC National News.

6 May 2019

Shout at Cancer  featured on

"the magazine of health",

on the French National TV SHOW 5

3 May 2019, Aalst Belgium

The Belgian choir received a standing ovation by over 1000 people for their first concert. Composition Maarten Van Ingelgem, Conducted by Andries De Winter

28 April 2019, 14h00-16h15

Blue Coat School Way Hall - Sonning

UK Tour Outspoken Jazz

BBC Berkshire News Item 27 April

6 April 2019, 14h00-16h00

Landmark Preston

UK Tour Outspoken Jazz

BBC North West News Item 6 April

2 March 2018, 14h00-15h30

Paisley Abbey, Paisley

UK Tour Outspoken Jazz

30 October 2018, 19h-21h

The Tabernacle, Nothing Hill

Shout at Cancer, The Peter Edwards Trio, Bruce Sherfield (Spoken Word ) Die Verdammte Spielerei (Belgian saxophone band and stand-up comedian) in concert with Hanne Roos (soprano) and Marc Masson (piano): "We've Found our Voice".

29 October 2018, 19h-21h

The Tabernacle, Nothing Hill

Die Verdammte Spielerei (Belgian saxophone band and stand-up comedian) in concert with Hanne Roos (soprano) and Marc Masson (piano): "Classical music with a pinch of salt".

7 September 2018, 19h30-21h15

The Cockpit Theatre

Jazz with integrated spoken word, recited live without a voice box.
Shout at Cancer and Peter Edwards Trio proudly present a world premiere event: Outspoken Jazz, in collaboration with Peter Johnson (The Repeat Beat Poet) and Bruce Sherfield (spoken word) featuring La Verne Williams (Soprano)

27 April 2018, 18h00-19h15

City University London:

Speech Therapy Student Union Event

Music and Debate: life after Laryngectomy

23 March 2018, 11h00-12h15

EXPLORING HEALTH THROUGH I-DOCS - Academic Talk

Dr D. Maraschin and Dr T. Moors - Shout at Cancer

Keywords: IMPACT  INTERVENTION

9 December 2017, 18h15-19h30

Global Health Film Festival

Barbican, London.

14 October 2017, 14h30-16h00, in The Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre, V&A, London.

Hospital Passion Play, part of the Exhibition: “Opera: Passion, Power and Politics.

Together with UK’s only Stroke Choir and the Garsington Opera Community Choir, we will sing a composition by Orlando Gough on a libretto by Lucinda Garrett and Chris Lawrence, directed by Karen Gillingham. Tickets

3 August 2017, 18h-19h Aula of the University Ghent, Belgium:

Concert to celebrate 25 years of the European Society for Cognitive Sciences Of Music (ESCOM)

4 August 2017, 16h-17h,

Theater aan Zee Festival - Ostend, Belgium.

24 June 2017

Shout at Cancer on BBC II!

AMAZING HUMANS 

 

8 june 2017, 19h-20h Wellcome Collection: "Thinking out of the Voice Box, a celebration of life after Laryngectomy."

credit picture: Thomas S.G. Farnetti, Wellcome Foundation

8th April 2017 4-5 pm

Beat Boxing without a voice box,

World Premiere, sponsored by UCL Culture and Atos Medical

Shout at Cancer and UCL proudly announce the FREE event, featuring MarvRadio (Beatboxer, see picture), La Verne Williams (Opera Singer) and our participants who had Laryngectomy. We will be performing together with a number of young people from East London.

4th February 2017

Together with Dr Kalra and Dr Dang both GP's with special interest in Yoga techniques and in collaboration with our visitor from India, Mr Shrenik Shah, who had a laryngectomy and is experienced in yoga, shout at cancer is developing specific yoga sessions for after laryngectomy.

7th December 2016

Watch the BBC news broadcast that featured our Christmas concert... what a story! 

Andrew Beaumont and La Verne Williams are guest in the Studios of BBC Norwich.

November 2016 

We won The Lancet Prize for best pitch at the Global Health Film Festival 2016 at the Barbican London

5th October 2016

Cutting Edge, BLA, Royal College of Surgeons of England, London

Click to see the link to the documentary made by Associated Press (AP)

7 September 2016

The Guardian Videos

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Everyone in this choir lost their voice to cancer, but they've trained themselves to sing again. Now they’ve recorded a song with charity Shout at Cancer in tribute to Paralympians and how hard they work to get where they are.

5 July 2016 

Belgian Embassy in London.

The team and group members are very grateful for the invitation by Mr Guy Trouveroy, the Belgian Embassador in London. A conference explaining the Charity’s vision and achievements combined with musical tasters provided by its very own laryngectomy patient choir performing with the male voice quintet CTS and Soprano La Verne Williams, accompanied by pianist Marc Masson.

7th of February 2016

We thank the 14 brave ones who faced the cold and the hills during the half marathon in Watford, in memory of Nicholas Whitfield. They have raised £1594, money that will be used to continue the sessions in London, Cambridge, Preston and start a group in St Georges University Hospital Tooting. Thank you all for the support that keeps us going! Here are some lovely pics from the start to the finish, and a well deserved cheers! CONTACT US if you want to raise money for us.

November 2015

The Mikado, Gilbert and Sullivan 

It was an amazing spectacle at the English National Opera: beautiful choreography, wonderful voices and hilarious lyrics. Our group members just loved the performance, a warm thanks to the ENO for their support.

15th of November 2015

Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead

We were lucky, the whole audience of 320 gave us a standing ovation. The programme offered a variety of a capella work and a repertoire accompanied by piano (Williams, Agricola, Byrd, Stark, Barnum,..) together with the CTS-choir and the performances of both La Verne Williams and Marc Masson: Morgen, Strauss, Il est bon-Il est doux, Herodiade, Massenet) and Estampes, Debussy.

Sponsored by Mr and Mrs Rudy De Meerleer

10th of October 2015,

Christ College Chapel Cambridge

We could not hope for a more intimate and beautiful venue to perform our very first concert. UK's first alaryngeal voice choir, put its first steps on stage, together with the CTS choir, Laverne Williams (Soprane) and Marc Masson (Pianist). Thanks for the warm welcome and support Christ College Cambridge University.

Family day Shout at Cancer 29 August 2015:

Picnic in the Park

We had an amazing fun day open to all laryngectomy patients, their family and friends.
We did a workshop to demonstate how breathing, singing and acting techniques can help improve your voice quality.

Several songs together with the group and the lovely voice of Laverne Williams.

BBC 4, Saturday Live,

8 August 2015 

 

Wonderful appearance of both group member Annie Humphries and Dr Thomas Moors. What a fantastic experience, a reward for all of our hard work!

Real life but not as you know it. Radio 4's Saturday morning show brings you extraordinary stories and remarkable people. Listen to the show!

 

May 2015

Carmen, Bizet at the English National Opera

We prepared the group members to go and see this masterpiece: the story was explained and a musical introduction provided by our Opera singers. We also did vocal exercises on the lyrics and most beautiful melodies. They were looking forward to it, and for some their first opera, they all loved itand were extremely enthousiastic about it. Thanks to the support of the ENO.