We were honoured to perform as part of an NHS super choir with colleagues and friends from The Barts and Lewisham choirs on Channel 4’s Stand Up 2 Cancer back in October 2016. The evening was awesome and a fitting tribute to David Bowie to be able to support Boy George as he sang Starman and[…]
LET’S UNITE AND DO SOMETHING POSITIVE!!! The National Health Singers are recording and releasing a new single to protest about imposition, cuts and privatisation of your services. We’re aiming for a number one, and we will use the media attention to speak out politically on behalf of all of us. If we achieve this, it[…]
While we are all trying to get our heads round the 80plus pages of the terms and conditions of the new contract offer to decide if we think they are acceptable to us in regards to our previous concerns of safety, equality and fairness, the National Health Singers have been out on the streets of[…]
Striking is not something we want to be doing, nor something we enjoy. It is a last resort to fight the imposition of the unsafe and unfair contract the government are forcing on Junior Doctors. The strikes of the past two days have been more serious as a full walk has occurred. Prior to striking, we were[…]
The National Health Singers were honoured to be invited to sing at the ‘Get Vocal for the NHS’ concert in Greenwich last Thursday evening (21st April 2016). Here are a few videos of our performance. Many thanks to Greenwich Keep Our NHS Public for organising a fantastic evening and inviting us along.
We kicked off the anti-austerity march in front of an estimated 150,000-500,000 people on Gower Street, then went to support the brilliant Janna Bowen and Ruth-Anna McQueen at the sit in protest #timetotalkjeremy at the Department Of Health!