Our Team

Colette Hiller – Artistic Director Colette came to London as an actress with the original cast of Annie. She stayed and worked with the RSC and National Theatres. Later she joined the BBC where she spent 10 years producing projects for BBC Education, Current Affairs and BBC Imagineering. She recently Associate-produced a Panorama programme about litter, fronted by Bill Bryson.   The idea for Sing! London came about when Colette and her daughter Corin volunteered to sing at a Residential home. They soon found their singing induced the residents to fall sound asleep. They quickly changed their repertoire and sang songs people knew. Suddenly people woke up, smiled and joined in. A moment of serendipity, Colette realised the power of shared song. Colette has written numerous articles for national newspapers and has also written Applehead, a best selling CD for kids.


Kelly O’Reilly – Co-Director Kelly has overall responsibility for fundraising, financial and personnel management as Sing London and shares responsibility for project development. She has over 15 years experience in arts management and has developed projects in the UK, Palestine and South Africa.


Kiran Benawra – Freelance Producer Kiran joined the Sing London team in 2013 as the producer of Talking Statues, which launched in London and Manchester in 2014. She produced Statue Stories Chicago in 2015 and now assists with fundraising. Kiran is also an editor for Curious Mum magazine and has a background in playwriting.


Elizabeth Dearnley – Freelance Producer  Elizabeth has worked with Sing London since 2015. In June 2016 she was the producer of Talking Statues Leeds, and is now working on new Talking Statues projects. She previously held a Research Fellowship at University College London, with a focus on public engagement, where she devised immersive installations for the Bloomsbury Festival and Being Human: A Festival of the Humanities, and has most recently created immersive fairy tale Big Teeth with Red Hood Productions.


Stephanie Singer – Freelance Producer Stephanie produced with Sing London on projects spanning 2011 – 2013. Projects included: Search Party (Cultural Olympiad event 2011), Talking Bins and The Travelling Museum of British Invention and Innovation.


Natalie Curd – Project Manager Natalie came on board in 2012 to project manage Ping! and has since helped on the Travelling Museum of British Invention. She now helps with office administration and fundraising.