Barbara Helen

Barbara Helen

Animal rights activist & singer/song writer

Nominee for Vegfest UK vegan Entertainer Award 2022.






Barbara says, My songs are inspired by living a vegan lifestyle and animal rights activism. I hope to illustrate and promote animal rights and environmental issue through“Artivism” We are all Earthlings.


Barbara has performed her songs at festivals and events all over the country and released her CD, “Vegan Eyes” in 2020. She has received wonderful feedback, verbally and emotionally. Album “One Voice”is the latest release, EP, “All about The Animals” and Singles, including , “One Voice for Regan” are now available from Spotify, Bandcamp, reverb nation and Soundcloud.


Toronto Climate Save “Artivist” of the month November 2020

Featured artist in Viva! Vegan musicians January 2021 Podcast.


“Barbara has a beautiful voice that reaches deep into your soul. The lyrics are poignant and inspiring and her music stays with you.” Juliet Gellately


“Thank you for your heartfelt music and dedication to justice for Regan” Shaun Monson


“Thank you Barbara and Shaun for this masterpiece” Anita Krajnc ( Re: One Voice, for Regan memorial video)


“Barbara’s Song, Witness, is an anthem for all who bear witness.” Anita Krajnc


“Never mind vegan food, how about some genuine vegan music! Barbara’s profound and beautiful music has been used as the official music by the Animal Save Movement for the launch of the Plant Based Treaty. Check out her music on Spotify, and order a CD directly from her here Barbara Helen!” Kathy Barley DATARA


“The words of your song explain it all so perfectly it brought me to tears” Jenny Sara, Meat The Victims


“Barbara was a contestant in our 2018 FXective Factor competition, which saw vegan musicians from across the UK compete for the best performance and vegan song, with judges including Rozalla and Peter Egan. Barbara finished a very credible 2nd  place overall in strong competition and her songwriting and performance abilities are joy for listeners, especially for vegans.” Tim Barford


Read interview article with Forca Vegan Magazine