Soul Sounds is a monthly event where young people come together to enjoy sometimes tranquil and sometimes very rocking Bhajans.
The set up is open mic and even open instrument. Anyone can play, sing or clap to the beat and everyone is welcome. Due to this informal nature, each month is different as there are never two events where the music or musicians are exactly the same.
It is something to experience and is creatively unique due to the collation of music and the devotion with which it is played. We welcome you to come and share your talents/devotion or simply to experience some contemporary Sounds of the Soul.
The beauty about Soul Sounds is that as an independent organisation all are welcome, regardless of their belief, It’s just all about the music and feeling good as a result of it.
Soul Sounds is on from 12.30 to 2pm on the 1st Sunday of every month at the RCT Hall. You can also watch live streams on Facebook
Yes most definitely! The event is meant for people to come together and to share talents however this doesn’t mean you have to sing. There are many ways to get involved. You can bring and play any instruments or even just clapping gets everyone feeling part of it. Of course many people also love to come and just listen – and that’s great too!
You can come at any time up to 2pm when it ends. We do recommend you come early so you can immerse yourself in the experience, but feel free to pop in any time.
It is totally free of charge. When you do something that you love, and you feel lucky to have found it, you just want to share it with people, and give others the opportunity to benefit from it too… and that has inspired support from all over.
The RCT Hall is a short walk from Headstone Lane Station, served by the Bakerloo and London Overground Lines.
Come out of the station and take the road (which looks like a country lane), labelled as Bridleway on Google Maps, there’s a Black sign on your left with Raghuvanshi Charitable Trust, drive or walk past Harrow Garden Centre and take the first right hand turn.