Technicolour is a choir that remixes musical theatre with pop anthem mash-ups, epic harmonies and glitter. CfM sponsor several staff and student places at Technicolour so you can receive big discounts on your fees.
The music of Broadway with the vibe of a festival. Technicolour members support each other to create greatness, work hard and play hard, celebrate individuality, give each other confidence and raise each other up.
Whether video performances or live gigs, Technicolour performances are immersive! It's like stepping into the screen or onto the stage - you are part of the story.
'Waving through a window'
Watch their mashup of 'Waving through a window' from 'Dear Evan Hansen' with 'What's up' by '4 Non Blondes'.
Technicolour was created by Patrick Steed and our journey began in 2018. We launched in Cardiff, then expanded to Bristol and UWE Bristol (as part of the Centre of Music).
In 2020, we took the journey online to form Technicolour VIRTUAL and now we can welcome members from across the UK.
Technicolour Virtual continues but we are delighted to say that we now meet in person on a Tuesday evening at The Station in the centre of Bristol and we still offer huge discounts to CfM members.
'Dancing on my own'
Watch their remix of club classic 'Dancing on my own' with the musical theatre world of 'On my own' from 'Les Miserables'.
How do I join?
Technicolour is open to adults of all genders and abilities. There are no auditions as we believe music should be accessible for all and at the same time we have high standards, love a challenge and support each other to achieve greatness!
Book an online Taster Session and if you want to join the choir, the Centre for Music will cover most of the cost of your Technicolour subscription!
Technicolour choir gallery
Charlotte Fowler is a Biomedical Science student at UWE Bristol who is loving the variety and joy of singing with Technicolour.
Check out the singing and playing in these recent performances from Centre for Music groups.