A West End Musical Theatre Choir for Adults.
Lead by Musical Director and performer, Fenton Gray

Belt out the show tunes with singing technique from a West End Coach and support from a like-minded community of your fellow singers.

With weekly in-person rehearsals and bonus replays straight to your active online member’s hub. Join us now to experience the pure joy of group singing plus incredible once-in-a-lifetime LIVE performance opportunities.  

Arthur Hall, Wimbledon Park.
SW19 8AQ

Monday January 16th - Monday April 3rd 2023
12 Sessions
7.45pm - 9.15pm

"Thank you so much for a great first term, it’s been amazing and is always the highlight of my week!"

Nicola Morgan
2022 Choir Member


Fenton began his professional performing career at the age of 21, on the national tour of Oliver starring Victor Spinetti. He then went on to make his West End debut the following year as Perkins in the Original London Cast of Blood Brothers with Kiki Dee and Con O’Neill at the Albery Theatre, followed by a stint in the ensemble of Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre.  

In 1992 he landed the leading roles of Ko-Ko and Jack Point in new productions of The Mikado and The Yeomen Of The Guard for the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company becoming, at 26, the youngest person to play those roles in the company’s 117 year history. Both productions played a London season at Sadler’s Wells as well as an extensive UK tour, and were hailed by the critics. The Mikado was filmed by the BBC and broadcast on BBC2 on Boxing Day, and The Yeomen Of The Guard was recorded at Abbey Road studios and released on the That’s Entertainment label.  

Other roles during that period included Gus The Theatre Cat in the West End production of Cats, MC in Cabaret and Seymour in Little Shop Of Horrors for the Leicester Haymarket , Jack in Into The Woods for the Manchester Library Company and a short UK tour of The Mikado opposite Dame Hilda Bracket.  

In 2000, Fenton took a break from his stage career in order to focus on his new role as Course Director of London School Of Musical Theatre. During that time he performed extensively in cabaret in London, New York, Chile and Darjeeling . In 2004 he was invited to perform his one-man show A Talent To Amuse as part of the Sesquicentennial Celebration Concerts at the Woodstock School in Mahsoori, India.  2007 saw a return to the stage, as Bunthorne in a new production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s Patience for the Carl Rosa Opera company, which toured the UK.  In 2008, he reprised his role as Ko-Ko in The Mikado in the West End opposite Nichola McAuliffe and Alistair McGowan. He then went on an extensive tour of the US and a final UK tour with Jonathan Ansell and Sylvester McCoy.

Fenton is delighted to by the Choir Leader for the Wimbledon Sing Space choir!

 January 2023 Term Fees

  • £120

    One payment for one term - 8 sessions PRO RATA

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Ts & Cs: 

Instalments are available each term for a limited term. Thereafter, payment is for the term in full. Instalments are due irrespective of attendance.

Please note, there are no refunds but choir seats can be transferred to another person.  

50% off for Sing Space members. Please check your membership area for your code.  

Performance opportunities will require you to purchase a Sing Space T-shirt.  

Any Government mandated lockdown or restriction of any kind may warrant us to move to online sessions. No refund will be given as sessions will still happen via live streaming.

I look forward to it every week and it’s 2 hours of my week that’s scheduled just for me; it’s been a huge boost for my mental health.

I’d forgotten how much joy singing brings me and you’ve managed to bring together such a wonderful bunch of people for this choir, I feel grateful that I get to spend a portion of my week with you all. 


2022 Choir Member