A few choice reviews from previous Locomotion concerts:

"Just want to thank you all for a fabulous night last night. Everyone was so enthralled by your performance and you got our night off to a wonderful start. We raised £860 for our charity [Motor Neurone Disease] so thank you again. Hope to see you all again soon."

"Just a quick line to say a big congratulations and thank you to you and Ben for last night's concert - it was an absolute pleasure to watch how far the both choirs [Locomotion and Stockton Showstoppers] have come, and the boys in particular. Great to see the younger ones have a go and the older ones perform with such maturity! It would be difficult to choose a favorite number apart from the ones that I am naturally biased of - however huge credit to the boys for the opening and closing numbers."

"Just to congratulate you on an excellent performance last Saturday (26 Jan) at the Dolphin Centre. The choir sang with great vitality and musicality and made a fantastic contribution to the evening's performance along with the Darlington Orchestra. Wonderful guitar accompaniment too!"

" I just wanted to drop you a line to say a huge thank you for taking Locomotion and Stockton Showstoppers to sing at Stockton Garden Centre last Sun and collecting donations on behalf of Teesside Hospice.  Apparently, you were fantastic! (which I know already!)" - Teesside Hospice

Thank you both again for all the hard work, guidance, encouragement and opportunities you give all the young singers! I look forward to watching them all grow!

"Thank you very much for bringing your group to Gainford on Sunday - I think you'll agree they went down very well.
Your soloists are wonderful" - Gainford Singers

I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you both for organising the musical event in aid of Teesside Hospice last Saturday.  I believe from Jane that everything went well and people enjoyed the concert and I know that you raised over £400 which is fantastic!" - Teesside Hospice

"Locomotion boys choir were wonderful, singing a selection of pieces from Jubilate Deo to Bad Guys, led by the talented Nikki Lycett and Ben Findlay. A great mix of accompanied and unaccompanied songs, in parts and as rounds, with the audience being taught and singing Mr Miller." Sans Pareil Singers
"Clearly the singers and the programme (music from the Renaissance to the present day) were deservedly popular, receiving appreciative applause from a full church." Councillor John Fletcher
"THE children’s opera All the King’s Men, by Richard Rodney Bennett, was performed to enthusiastic audiences in the Hazel Pearson Theatre at Middlesbrough College...Assured solo performances were given by Thomas Oliver, as King Charles I, and by Toby Chapman, The Inventor, who shows a promising grasp of recitative.  Stealing the show at the end of the piece was a solo from the Drummer Boy, played by Sagar Sanadi..." Darlington & Stockton Times