Extraordinary Bodies Sings

Extraordinary Bodies?are a professional integrated circus company made up of performers of every age and every type of body. ?The company made a show for the opening of the 2012 Olympic Games, and they are now bringing their new show Weighting to SpareParts at Fleetwood Festival of Transport.

An integral part of Weighting is the music, which has been composed by Kneehigh regular Dom Coyate.? And the song Moments and Memories is sung as a finale by an integrated community choir.

LeftCoast and Extraordinary Bodies are now recruiting for an integrated community choir to take part in Weighting in Fleetwood.


The Extraordinary Bodies Sings Choirmaster Colin Rea will be running rehearsals in Fleetwood on the following Saturdays:

– 13 June; 2.30pm ? 5pm

– 20 June; 2.30pm ? 5pm

– 11 July; 2pm ? 4.30pm

If you?d to take part, you must be able to come to the rehearsal on 11 July ? although you are encouraged to come to all of them!

The music to the song will also be available for any participants to download from Soundcloud.

Rehearsals will take place at:

– Cardinal Allen High School, Fleetwood (2.30 ? 5pm)

– The Marine Hall, Fleetwood (11 July only)


The performances will be in front of The Marine Hall, in the open air, on 18 & 19 July.? And they?ll be free so you can invite all of your family and friends.

You won?t have to be available for every performance of every show but you are encouraged to take part in as many shows as you can.

Call times

To be confirmed

Who can take part?

Anyone and everyone regardless of experience, ability or background.

Existing choirs or social groups are welcome to take part.? Groups or individuals that might not traditionally have the opportunity to perform or participate in such an activity are encouraged to take part.

This opportunity is ?open to all? with an emphasis on bringing together disabled and non-disabled people. ?LeftCoast and Extraordinary Bodies are particularly keen to encourage participation from members of the local deaf community, and will provide BSL support where needed.

To sign up

Either: email Sophie Fuce (sophie.fuce@leftcoast.org.uk), call the LeftCoast office 01253 477973 or click here to fill out an online form.