Singing for the Brain

Did you know that singing can improve your brain activity, well-being and mood? You don’t need to be a good singer to benefit.

Come along to:

-Do fun vocal warm ups and sing a wide variety of familiar and new songs

-Express yourself, feel positive and make new friends

-Feel supported by our skilled, compassionate and experienced staff who are on hand to support you with anything you need

100% of people who go along to Singing for the Brain® sessions say they’ve improved their life in some way.

-Singing for the Brain is for people with dementia who can attend alone or with a loved one.

The group is led by Dominique Levack (A specialist music teacher) and Louisa Marchant (Group Facilitator).

Where and When?

The course is held on Fridays from 2pm to 3.30pm and usually runs for 8 sessions.

The next course will run from 28th September 2018

It is held at The Brighton Museum, next to the Pavilion gardens.

If you wish to book a place for Singing for the Brain please contact Louisa Marchant on 01273 726266 or email