First, a NEW ukulele club starts up on May 6th – “Steamin’ Ukes” at the Dun Cow!
Plus some changes for “Hylton Ukes” (The Club Previously Known As “Ukes4U“).
Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month starting 6th May
1:00pm to 3:30pm
Upstairs music lounge – Dun Cow SR1 3HA
“Steamin’ Ukes” has been set up by Charlie Lally – a stalwart of Ukes4Fun (Newcastle) and Tune Army (Whickham). Charlie also set up “The Wild Ukes of Wanny” club when he lived in Ashington.
Charlie, who has recently moved to Seaburn, says, “Bring your ukulele and enjoy a couple of hours playing, singing and sharing expertise with like-minded folk – abilities welcome from beginner to Jake Shimabuku! Emphasis is on the enjoyment of playing the ukulele!”
Charlie has got some good publicity for the new club in the Sunderland Echo, where he says, “There’s a ukulele club which meets in Hylton Castle, but that’s an evening club. I thought it would be great to have an afternoon club for older people with some time on their hands. It’s mainly for players to spend a couple of hours sharing tips.”
Contact: Charlie Lally (spam protected): U…@h…l.com
Name change: The Ukulele Club previously known as “Ukes4U”! No changes to times, dates or venue – just a name change.
Contact details change: Alf Scott, Hylton Ukes organiser, also has a new email address (spam protected): a…@y…o.com
For more info about Hylton Ukes, see previous posts: Hyton Ukes
For information about many other clubs and sessions in the North East and Cumbria, see: j.mp/ne-ukes