A Handbag of Harmonies is a choir of vivacious women from Chester who create a party wherever they go. With pink feather boas and glitzy handbags, we sing in four-part harmony with dazzling choreography and guarantee to leave audiences with smiles on their faces. More info
We can’t come and sing to you live this year, but we’ve been busy decorating our tree in Chester Cathedral’s Christmas tree festival.
Another of our lockdown videos - this time singing with our fabulous friends the Proud Marys
We have missed singing in our city, so here's a little tribute set to a back-drop of Chester's eerily empty streets
We may not be allowed out, but we can still sing.
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'Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree' - the Handbags go back to 1945 to celebrate VE day
Handbags travelled to Bury St Edmunds, where choir member the fabulous Keddy Sutton is starring in Shirley Valentine at the beautiful regency Theatre Royal – we were delighted to sing before and after this fantastic show. Big pic
We can offer performances from 20 minutes to a full evening, indoors or outdoors with as few as 20 and as many as 60 singers. We perform at openings, parties, fund-raisers, concerts, private and corporate events.
Be a Handbag for a Day and learn to sing in four part harmony as a member of a choir with the help of our director, Matt Baker.
Hearing the Handbags for the first time sent a tingle down my spine as soon as they started singingChester resident
I can't remember having so much fun watching a choir beforeRussell Watson, tenor, judge, BBC Last Choir Standing
Very good quality singing...could be Britain's favourite choirSuzi Digby, vocal coach, judge, BBC Last Choir Standing
World class actMichael Green, editor, Chester Chronicle