Joyful music

Daddy and son watching livestreams


The latest announcement makes it likely that small Rhymetime sessions will be able to start again from mid-April. Obviously that date is not guaranteed but if you want to sign up now then read about how I’ll be doing the sessions and book a place if it’s for you. Any booking you make is fully refundable if government restrictions change.

Online music for under 5s

While we’re in lockdown it’s not possible to meet in person in the lovely Bedminster Methodist Church in Bristol. My usual music classes for babies and toddlers have moved to Zoom and you’re welcome to join up. This offer is open to anyone in the world, so please share it with friends far and wide. Sign up now for Zoom sessions

For a one-off payment….

… can attend my virtual music groups on Monday and Thursday mornings. This is a great deal, because you could potentially join in with four online music sessions a week on Zoom, all for just the equivalent of £5 a week. Many of us are feeling the pinch at the moment, so I hope this will help. Groups vary in size, but there are usually between three and ten families in each session. I play the guitar, sing and encourage you all to join in with the singing. What are you waiting for?! Sign up.

What?! This isn’t enough for you?!

Well, sign up for Patreon for access to more than 60 videos of Rhymetime livestreams. It’s a monthly subscription service and should provide you with enough videos of online music sessions and songs to get you through lockdown and beyond. Almost all of the livestreams that I have done since March 2020 are on there, along with little songs and rhymes that don’t feature in my normal sessions but that deserve more attention. If you are a hardcore Rhymetime fan, then Patreon is for you.