Weekly Sessions

Make your day a ‘Piccoloday’

Fun, live family music sessions for babies and toddlers, parents, grandparents and carers.

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Click on a venue below to find the times and more about these sessions

The Linkskill, North Shields – Mondays

The Scout Hut, Whitley Bay – Wednesdays

St Teresa’s Church Hall, Heaton – Thursdays

Whickham – coming soon

Come and Sing with us!

‘Clickety Clack’ is one of our favourites at the sessions

There’s no right or wrong way to sing the songs. We just give you some ideas and hope you’ll sing along. Sessions can be quiet or busy and people always leave with a spring in their step! Please feel free to come with another adult. The more the merrier!

Piccolo Waddlers – Toddlers and baby siblings

All live music – guitar & vocals. Award winning songs

We sing laugh, stamp, giggle, tickle and play instruments

No pressure. No distractions.

Just singing and playing with your child

Simple and fun

Babies are welcome to come if you can’t make the baby session.

40 minutes singing plus tea and coffee on arrival

Piccolo Chicks –  Baby sessions. Birth to tottering

Only at Heaton and North Shields

All live music – guitar & vocals

Our original, award winning songs encourage you to sing along with your baby, laughing, tickling and giggling. 

Just you and your baby.

Simple and fun

30 minutes singing plus tea and coffee when you can chat to other people and their babies

All sessions are pay as you go, so there is no need to book, just come along and have a good old sing!

Prices: £5.00 for the first child or baby session and £3 for baby siblings over 4 months. Twins £7.50. Adults go free! Sessions are term time only and all include tea/coffee and biscuits within the hour slot.

We aim to:

  • have fun whilst singing simple and creative songs

  • take the fear out of singing and encourage you to sing with your child

  • help children develop their speech, spatial awareness, social and physical development through a love of music

  • encourage an uplifting ‘community feel’ through singing across different ages groups and generations