Butterflies George Cooke Singers and Music Group

George Cooke

Singers and Music Group


The Butterflies George Cooke Singers is held on the first Friday of the month at the Club House Community Centre Elm Avenue Garden Village HU8 8PZ


Join us for a creative fun filled session experimenting with music, journeying through time and the world.


It’s not just about singing!

You will be given a chance to play, write and record music under the guidance of our musical team.

No referral is needed to join our group, simply come along and join us!

Dates for 2017 – first Friday of every month

Please Note - this group will be cancelled until 7th July when we will be re-launching with a speacial event back at the old venue

The Club House Community Centre Elm Ave Garden Village 

7th July

4th Aug Speacial Event - see below!!

5th Sept

6th Oct

3rd Nov

1st Dec

Subs & refreshments £3

There are a lot of scientific studies being done currently, looking to prove that partaking in music and singing can be beneficial to your physical and mental health.  After running our George Cooke Singers for the last 6 years – we can tell you it’s great fun and we always leave smiling and with new friends, that’s enough proof for us!!


Lead by John Murray on the keyboard and Ken on the guitar, this fun session is a chance for you to join in with the singing and music making with a few musical questions thrown in along the way. Every now and again, there will other invited guests to entertain you, or for you to join in with. 

There may well be the occasional opportunity to perform at community events too for those who want to tread the boards (this is of course optional!!)



The Hut People are a favourit of Butterflies and will be back with us on 4th August .


Mixing global rhythms with folk tunes from Quebec to Spain, Scandinavia to Sussex and everywhere in between, this is a quirky celebration of our rich musical heritage – and it works so well! This is a show like nothing you’ve ever seen before – expect feel-good dancing tunes, audience participation, step dancing, Quebecois foot-percussion (whilst playing the accordion!) and humour aplenty.

There will be lots of opportunity to join in making music with Gary and Sam throughout the session – Great Fun!!!


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