The choir for people who can”t sing
23 February 2016 Last updated at 04:38 GMT
A woman who was told to stop singing when she was a child because she was not good enough has set up a public choir.
Nadine Cooper avoided singing in public for years after her school music teacher told her she was spoiling it for everyone else.
Ms Cooper has now set up the Tuneless Choir in Nottingham for those who lack in confidence and need more practice.
BBC News went to join the 60 or so choir members at one of their rehearsals to hear how bad they actually were.
Produced by Sian Lloyd and Anne Delaney