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messageNEW A-cappella singing group for Mumsattachment
Posted by thulamamaED 10 July, 2017 20:14

An alternative singing group for mums, bumps and pre-crawlers starting in East Dulwich this September - Thula Mama.

Enjoy the benefits of singing in a group whilst soothing your baby with the nourishing comfort of your voice. At Thula Mama, we learn simple songs, lullabies and chants from around the world in beautiful a-cappella harmony.

No musical experience necessary!

Thula Mama will take place in my cosy East Dulwich living room on Thursday mornings 10-11.30am. All sessions include tea and homemade cake.

FIRST SESSION FREE, then 10 per session

STARTS SEPTEMBER

To book your place: please call Elizabeth on 07930110131 or email: elizabeth.thulamama@gmail.com or facebook: thulamamaED

[www.thulamama.co.uk]

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messageRe: NEW A-cappella singing group for Mums
Posted by Tamineh 11 July, 2017 10:52

I would like to highly recommend this group.

I loved going to Elizabeth's singing group. I have 2 kids and have tried various classes and groups and haven't enjoyed any as much as this. I really looked forward to it every week. It is at Elizabeth's house which makes it really relaxed and welcoming. She is a brilliant teacher and host, and also makes amazing cakes! I met lots of other lovely women who I hope to keep in touch with.

messageRe: NEW A-cappella singing group for Mums
Posted by malex 15 July, 2017 23:57

Just wanted to add a recommendation for this group! I have had such a good time being part of Elizabeth's singing group! She has been very welcoming and an excellent teacher to us all. More importantly, it was fantastic to meet other mums and share an activity together with our little ones. Don't hesitate to give it a go!


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