JIVIN' TO THE JAZZ: Sue York and Jill Hulme get ready for their annual flash mob.
JIVIN' TO THE JAZZ: Sue York and Jill Hulme get ready for their annual flash mob. Tessa Flemming

Fancy being in a flash mob during our winter festival?

CHOIR co-ordinators Sue York and Jill Hulme are ready to get toes tapping as they put the finishing touches on their Jumpers and Jazz flash mob.

Mrs York and Mrs Hulme, who run the Movers and Shakers and East Street Singers, have joined forces with choirs from all over the region, including the Killarney Harmony Squad and the Carbal Community Reconciliation Choir, to connect the region through song and dance, or 'movement' as Mrs York prefers to call it.

"I can't say what we do is dance but there's some clicking and moving involved,” Mrs York said.

The flash mob, which is running for its second year, is an all ages and abilities event, with festival visitors also more than welcome to join the workshop where singers will learn a song and then head to the streets to perform.

"Last year we had people from Toowoomba who saw it on and joined in and it was fantastic,” Mrs York said.

"Singing in the shower is the only experience you need.”

Mrs Hulme also said the flash mob was a fantastic chance to celebrate the joys of jazz.

"It's the kind of music you just want to sit around and listen to with a glass of red wine and a cigar and have a great time.”

The flash mob is running on July 26.

To get involved, phone Mrs York on 0403216503 for the sheet music for the flash mob's performance.



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