See us live in Hammersmith!

Join us for our concert “Sing! A Jamboree for all the family”:

3pm Sunday 24th October at 245 Hammersmith Road, London, W6 8PW

We enjoyed our first formal concert in 18 months so much that we’ve decided to do it all over again! Following hot on the heels of our successful and emotional performances in South and East London in September, we’re spreading the Pinkies magic out West.

We’ll be performing old favourites as well as beautiful new arrangements of songs that resonate with the LGBT+ community and living authentically.

Repertoire in this performance will include Together in Electric Dreams, Run, Strong, Brave, Proud and Chosen Family.

Tickets: Adults £10 (+ £1.37 booking fee);  Under 26s FREE!*

Tickets are available in advance via Eventbrite. Tickets will also be available on the day (again via Eventbrite), but we would encourage you to buy in advance to help with the smooth running of the event.

*For free tickets for under 26s email info@maxmusicianandartistexchange.com to get added to the guest list.  

After so long apart we are really excited to get to perform again and would like to thank Max Productions for inviting us to take part in their October programme of events.

“MAX Productions are delighted to work in partnership with Legal & General and Mitsubishi Estate London to present its ‘First Edition’ of events in the unique space of 245 Hammersmith Road. As the UK comes out of the pandemic, it is vital that great music making plays its part in the recovery of the community, and the nation as a whole. I am thrilled to present some of the finest UK based performers across our MAX events, and look forward to enjoying with our audiences. There is something for everyone, and everyone is invited.”

Andrew Watts, Artistic Director of MAX – Musician and Artist Exchange Productions Limited

Become a Finance Trustee

Finance trustee required

Now in our 37th year, the Pink Singers is a fun, friendly LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) choir based in London. 

Pink Singers perform the Winter 2018 concert “A Night At The Movies: The Sequel” at Cadogan Hall, London, 20th January 2018

We have grown to 90 active members, we have been involved in some amazing projects with the LGBT+ community around the world and we continue to delight our audiences by improving the quality of our performances and broadening our repertoire. 

Following an extensive review our members voted to make some fundamental changes to how we run the choir and we have established a new Board of Trustees which has been in place for 9 months. We are now seeking to make an external appointment of a Finance Trustee onto our Board of Trustees.

We recently drafted a new constitution and are in the process of changing our structure from an Unincorporated Association to a Charity Incorporated Organisation (CIO) and are hoping to have approval from the Charities Commission later in 2020.

In the new structure existing choir members continue to manage day-to-day activities, whilst a group of up to 7 Trustees oversee our strategy and governance.

The Pink Singers Afterparty at Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, London, 20th January 2018

The new Board of Trustees includes at least one member of the current choir with most other Trustees coming from outside the current choir membership. 

We would particularly encourage applications from BAME / trans / non binary / female applicants to improve our intersectional diversity.

Time commitment

In the first year whilst the Board works with our current organisational team to develop a sustainable long term structure the time commitment may be around 5-10 hours per month, with this likely to reduce over time. 

Currently the Trustee Board meets monthly for 1 – 1.5 hours with Trustees either attending in person at Business in the Community (N1 7RQ) or virtually by telephone or video conferencing. We are aiming to reduce the frequency of these meetings once we are more set up and the change-over to a CIO has been completed. Between meetings Trustees are expected to complete agreed actions which might include involvement in projects the Pink Singers are undertaking, or in the case of the Finance Trustee scrutiny of the accounts with the choir Treasurer for example.

Roles, profiles and other info

Please click on the links below to access the role profile(s) you are interested in.

You can also find out more about why we are recruiting an external board of Trustees.

Application process and timescales

Please send your application form and CV to Dr Helen Drew (Trustee Secretary) at trustee.secretary@pinksingers.co.uk. Please also contact Helen if you have would like any further information or have any questions. 

The deadline for applications is Sunday 23rd August 2020

We are anticipating that interviews will take place virtually in early September.