SSW Exam Season Toolkit: Musical Theatre Choir Sessions

18 April 2024, 9:00 am–5:00 pm

Drawing of 2 theatre masks

Join UCL Musical Theatre Society for a free session at their Weekly Choir!

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Student Support and Wellbeing

As you enter Term 3, Student Support and Wellbeing offer our 'Exam Season Toolkit' as a helping hand to support you with a successful exam season (March, April and May 2024). We invite you to take time out from revision and de-stress. Our Toolkit will help you get ready, get set, and go forth to succeed in your assessments. Be sure to book your spot at these events and activities!

SSW have partnered with UCL’s award winning Musical Theatre Society to offer you an opportunity to join their weekly choir.

About the weekly choirs

The weekly choirs will give you the opportunity to engage with the art of Musical Theatre, where you can develop skills and create long-lasting friendships. If you have a passion for musical theatre regardless of your ability make sure you sign up!

Further information and bookings will open shortly, but in the meantime you can register your interest below.

Please let me know when bookings open

The benefits of singing

Singing is a natural stress management technique that can improve your mental well-being. It’s a form of mindfulness that allows you to live in the moment, letting go of all your worries. Here are a few other reasons to join one of the weekly choirs during the exam period:

  • Singing releases endorphins that reduce stress and anxiety.
  • The emotional release you get from singing can be therapeutic, helping you process complex emotions.
  • Singing engages your entire body and improves your breathing pattern. It’s a full-body workout that enhances your overall breathing technique.
  • The diaphragmatic breathing used in singing can also improve your posture and relieve tension. It’s a holistic approach to wellbeing that benefits both your body and mind.

Build your SSW

Student Support and Wellbeing curate termly campaigns to support the three core aspects of your own SSW: Social bonding, Skills for life and Wellbeing at university. Each activity aims to develop one, two, or all three of these aspects.

Venn diagram with each circle showing Social, Wellbeing and Skills