On 10th December 2019 we supported Finsbury Park Singers at their Winter concert, an evening which they captured on video. We joined Finsbury Park Singers in the opening song, Silver Apple Wassail. In our set we sang Prickly Thorn, So Much Wine, Logs To Burn, Ding Dong Merrily On High and Tar Barrel In Dale. And for the final set of songs in the concert we sang We Wish You A Merry Christmas together and then Finsbury Park Singers joined us in two of ours: Good King Wenceslas and Ring Boys Ring.

To mark our 10th Anniversary in 2018 we recorded an album, Loud & Proud: Ten Years of Morris Folk Choir. You used to be able to hear it on and buy it from Bandcamp, but not at the moment...

In an April 2016 edition of BBC Radio 3's The Choir, we were featured in the Meet My Choir segment, which you can hear here.

In summer 2015 we recorded My Son John for Deutscher Chor London's folk CD project. It's fair to say we were the least classical choir involved in the project! We were very pleased to be invited to be part of it, and think it turned out pretty well. That album is available to buy on the Deutscher Chor London's website.

And we recorded a song with Ceri James & The Three Fifths - When In Darkness /Games People Play - in the hall where we rehearse. It's not typically us, but we're up for anything, and a good time was had by all! Our thanks to Ceri for inviting us to join him. It is on the album St Augustine's Heart, which is available to buy on the Ceri James website.

On Youtube there is a video from our March 2015 concert of us doing So Much Wine. On our Facebook page is a link to another video from that concert of us doing Caleb Meyer. Both a little dark (metaphorically, as it happens, as well as literally), but you get the idea.

On our Facebook page there is a video of us performing Ho Ro Haradala on stage at the Royal Festival Hall during May 2013's Chorus Festival at the Southbank Centre. We were slightly put on the spot, and there were only ten of us, but we think we did okay...