Plymouth Ukulele Players Find us on Facebook. Stonehouse Creek community center Devonport Plymouth Each Tuesday at 7.00 pm
All are welcome to our meetings which are held each and every Tuesday evening, 7 pm until approximately 9 pm at Stonehouse creek social club Kings Rd, Plymouth PL1 3SF any concerns Email me here ....firstname.lastname@example.org watch this space for any changes. There is a bar available for refreshments & you will be in great company as we are all a friendly bunch of Uke enthusiasts. And please don’t worry if you cant play.....Nor could most of us once!!
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Welcome everyone to “Plymouth Ukulele Players” Possibly Plymouth's first Ukulele Group... We are very young having only been started in May following an appeal on Facebook for players. The Facebook group was started by myself “Harry” around June 2012 & Importantly was titled “Ukulele players in Plymouth any style any standard” now changed to Plymouth Ukulele Players. Please don’t think its no good for you what ever your ability, please feel free to come along for a bit of fun & whatever it leads to. Currently we have a venue at no charge each & every Tuesday evening so you don’t even need a pound to help pay for a hall NO CHARGE
The ukulele is like a small guitar with only four strings, it is easy to learn & easy to play, even if you have never played before you will leave after the first day with a simple chord progression that you will get very quickly, then its down to you.
We meet at The Stonehouse Creek community centre Every tuesday at 7.00 pm
Stonehouse Recreation Ground, Plymouth, devon, PL1 3SF
See map to the left for details
Tel "Harry" 07743009233
Why play the uke
Just to have fun using the power and simplicity of the Ukulele, one of the easiest musical instruments you could learn.
We are learning on our feet here, we know nothing of how to proceed correctly. We have little in the line of musical direction & frankly between us zero singing voice to speak of but we do have lots of enthusiasm
The Plymouth herald story has attracted people who didn't know that we were here so all is well there, to see it copy the below link to your browser http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/Music-food-love-Plymouth-s-ukulele-playing-chef/story-19565644-detail/story.html#axzz2a4e5KJuW