Ladies Please have been providing the finest musical entertainment across the district for the past 11 years. So far we have helped raise about £10,000 for good causes.
HIRE THE CHOIR
Ladies Please are available to perform throughout Wharfedale and beyond. Our focus is on entertaining as a means of charitable fundraising but we can also be hired for weddings and other events
We are always looking for new talent, and we currently have vacancies for two strong sopranos and an alto. Contact us now if you are interested, we don't bite!
We sing a wide range of secular and non-secular music from arrangements of pop songs and musicals to music hall favourites and Christmas carols. Our music has been arranged in various combinations of unison, two-part, three-part and four-part harmonies. We will tackle most tunes, and include a variety in each concert programme. Sometimes it is possible to sing a specific tune that you want when invited to perform for special events such as weddings.
Green folder - All that Jazz; As long as I have music; Dance to your Daddy; Waters of Tyne; Rhythm of Life; One moment in Time; Westering Home; A Nightingale sang; Mairi's Wedding; Yours; I'll be seeing you; Shoemaker's serenade; Hallelujah; Stormy weather; Bridge over Troubled Water; Castle on a Cloud; You raise me up; Lullaby of broadway; Bring him home; Get Happy; Every Time We Say Goodbye; I dreamed a dream; Les Miserables medley; Kwmbayah; Also The Lord's my Shepherd; Amazing Grace; ADD Rhythm of Life, In the mood (137), Chattanooga Choo Choo (115), Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (177)
Recent programmes have included:
Christmas is Here; A Song of Christmas; Walking in his care; Kwmbayah; Magical Christmas; Winter Wonderlind; Joy, Joy!; Mistletoe and wine; From cradle to Cross; Away in a Manger; Merry Christmas Everybody; Snowbird; Santo Natale; it's the most wonderful time of the Year; Jingle bells; Deck the Hall; First Noel; Vivo Christo Rey
As long as I have music; Son of a Preacherman; A Nightingale sang; Stormy Weather; Take my breath away; When sunny gets blue; Love is all around; There's me; Shoemaker's serenade; Dance to your Daddy; Waters of Tyne; Mairi's Wedding; Westering Home; The Lord's my Shepherd; Amazing Grace; Bridge over Troubled Water; Hallelujah; I will wait for you; Rhythum of Life; All that Jazz;
Let it Snow!; Sleigh Ride; Do they know it's Christmas?; One single light; Song of the Nativity; Lully, Lulla Lullay; Santo Natale; Jingle Bells; Light a candle in the darkness; Born in the night; African crib carol; The Christmas Child; Kwmbayah; Little Donkey; Jubilate; It's Christmas everywhere
As long as I have music; Somewhere out there; Say a Little Prayer for me; Lean on me; Seasons of Love; Rhythm of life; Love is all around; When sunny gets blue; Come follow the band; If I had words; Take my breath away; Son of a preacherman; Can you feel the love tonight?; There's me; Mama mia; I will wait for you; One moment in time; Climin' up the mountain;
Jinglebell Rock; Santa Claus is comin' to town; Merry Christmas everybody; Let it snow; I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus; Winter wonderland; So gentle the donkey; Christ the king is born; Past three o'clock; One single joy; Joy, joy, joy; Welcome Lullaby; Little road to Bethleham; Lully lulla lullay; Away in a manger; Star carol; Ding. dong merrily on high; It's Christmas everywhere
As long as I have music; Fields of gold; Sisters; Hernandoh's hideaway; Sway; Mama Mia; One moment in time; What a difference a day makes; Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy; Fly me to the moon/Light a candle in the darkness; Can you feel the love tonight? Rhythm of life; Andrew Lloyd-Webber Medley; All that Jazz; Lullaby of Broadway; Let there be peace on earth; Climbin' up the mountain,Chariots are comin'
Sleigh Ride; Scarlet Ribbons; A Winter's Tale; Streets of London; Cold, Cold Christmas Without you; Snow Bird; Merry Christmas Everybody; Happy Xmas (War is Over); Little Donkey; Jesus Child; Sleep My Darling; O My Lord; Up Good Christian Folk and Listen;Jubilate; Star Carol; Lully, Lulla, Lullay; Light a Candle In The Darkness; Christmas Everywhere