Sing the Nation

 

About Sing London

 

Sing London deliver high profile, participatory events to make cities feel happy. We like to make participation feel a little bit irresistible.

 

What people Say

 

Patrick Stewart

“I think it’s a lovely idea to personalise objects that might otherwise seem inanimate, fixed. Because this is a wonderful poem, I hope it will give a sense of intimacy and personality to the experience. I look forward to hearing it at Paddington”

Elizabeth McGovern    

“The idea of statues talking is delightful. Hebe was a Goddess who inspired compassion. I enjoyed getting to know her and hope others will too.”

Jeremy Paxman

“The idea of Talking Statues has enormous appeal”

 

 

 

 

 

 

John C. Reilly, voice of Abraham Lincoln, Chicago

“As a native Chicagoan I was really honored to give voice to the statue of Lincoln, a statue I’ve spent many hours staring up at, imagining what he had to say.”

 

Maisie Williams, voice of The Broad Family in Broadgate, London

“This statue comes alive at night – I loved giving her a voice!”

 

 

Penny Alexander, Chief Executive, Baker Street Quarter Partnership

“Our evaluation of the Wonderpass confirms what we already suspected: people love walking through it!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

About our Company

 

Our Board
Sing London is a non-profit company limited by guarantee. Find out more about our board of advisors here.

 

Our Team
Sing London is administered by a small team of four people dedicated to making our city-wide events the best they can be. Find out more about how we work here.

 

Media
Our productions generate extensive PR. Have a look at our press book.

 

Our Story
Where have we come from and where are we going? View Sing London’s history to find out more.