Knees Up at a wedding1

My love affair with singalong goes way back, having sung and played piano most of my life. Cutting my teeth in nursing homes and pubs, I now perform for private and corporate events, with a style somewhere between Chas ‘n’ Dave and Mrs Mills.

Anything from old Music Hall and Cockney favourites to current pop and West End hits, I’ll play and sing and encourage you to “along”, that’s pretty much how it goes.

Catch me at The Coach and Horses in Soho where I’ve been bashing keys for over 10 years, every Thursday at The King William IV in Hampstead, or at my regular WWII singalong at The George Tavern on the last Sunday of every month (see EVENTS page for exactly where and when). They’re all free to attend with donations welcome in the grand old East End tradition.


  • ‘We had an absolutely brilliant sing-a-long at our wedding with the wonderful Mr Meredith. His extensive knowledge of all things singable and jovial attitude helped make this the most amazing day. Go and see him and sing yourself hoarse!’ Nick and Nat

  • ‘Thank you for making Saturday such a special evening for so many . We have had such excellent feedback. Laughter, singing and dancing was all thanks to your hard work .’ Nicola and Baz

  • ‘Thanks so much for last night and your incredible performances! I’ve had so much great feedback from everyone about you. You really made the event J’ Cathy, Shoreditch Townhouse

  • ‘What a talented and lovely man Mister Meredith is. I thoroughly enjoyed having a Sing Song round his piano’ Duncan James (from Blue and Hollyoaks)

For The Boys

Variety Bunker

For The Boys, aka Miss Em and Mister Meredith, in Variety Bunker at the historic George Tavern – last Sunday of every month.

Roll Out The Barrel

Roll Out The Barrel

At Nick at Nat’s wedding – a good old knees-up

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody

And they said it couldn’t be done

London’s Nude Pub Singalong

London’s Nude Pub Singalong

Held to publicise Fuller’s hostile takeover of The Coach and Horses