Nettie Osman - Care Home Entertainer

Nettie works regularly in some 20+ care homes across Essex and Suffolk, delivering fun and interactive performances to residential, nursing and dementia homes.

She provides props and instruments so the audience can join in, and even brings a spare microphone and full professional karaoke system so people can do a turn, if they want to!

Dementia Choirs

Nettie Osman is well-known across the region as an interactive and personable Care Home Entertainer and is delighted to announce availability for either in-person or online performances. Lateral flow tests are conducted prior to each performance and all equipment is sanitised. Please go to the contact page and drop us a line with the words "CARE HOME" in the subject header for more info or to make a booking.

With Nettie’s experience as a Care Home performer as well as choir leader and voice coach for HappySounds Community Choirs, you can rest assured that choir members will thoroughly enjoy their singing sessions.

Sessions are tailored to your resident’s needs and can happen as often or infrequently as you wish – we can be flexible to fit around your activities calendar and your budget. Some venues like to rehearse daily over a short period, to culminate in a performance, some like to just run a choir practise occasionally to enjoy the therapeutic benefits. Whichever option feels right, please get in touch for a personalised consultation.

Themed Shows

A variety of themed and costumed shows are available for your residents, including:

  • Songs of the ‘40s
  • Swinging Sixties
  • Fabulous Females
  • Seventies Party Special
  • Songs of Abba and the Carpenters
  • Summertime Specials
  • Around The World
  • Christmas Party Time
  • Valentines

Plus a variety of mixed favourites from the ‘40’s to the ‘70’s with more than a dozen themed shows to choose from, with costumes to match, and with new songs being added all the time, you can be sure that there is something for everyone in each show.

Video by kind permission of Spring Lodge

Video by kind permission of Spring Lodge