We had a busy April, playing at another two venues, the first was at Iden’s Ship to Shore Variety show where the Experiment played the matinee and evening performances. The audience joined us singing along with a selection of sea inspired songs and sea shanties!
We followed this by playing at the Heffle Cuckoo Fair at Heathfield a Fair held to raise funds for Demelza Children’s Charity, a really well attended fair with lots of interesting stalls and various events.
We had a great time at all of the April venues we played at and are busy rehearsing ready for our next venue which is the RSPCA Open Day on 28th May at Bluebell Hill in Hastings, check out our What’s On page for future events, looking forward to seeing you there!
We are happy to report that all the preparations are well underway for our 3rd Ukulele Festival!
Our theme for this year is the music of 1967 in honour of 50 years of Sgt Pepper release, so dig out your hippy garb, twiggy dresses, floppy hats et. all and we will have a groovy time!
You can access The Big Busk Book for the day here, on our Facebook page and also under the Festival 2017 header page on this website.
We will be supporting The Ukulele Kids Club UK again this year
a very worthwhile Charity that supplies Ukuleles and tutors to sick children in hospital to help with recovery.
There will be food and, of course, ice cream vendors as well as Noah Ukuleles and The Music Trading Company there for your enjoyment and perusal and we are so looking forward to welcoming friends old and new for another fun filled happy day.
So, BE THERE OR BE SQUARE !!!
We were a bit thin on the ground at this gig, who said holidays are allowed?! but we gave it our all, and enjoyed every minute…..except for when Bob broke a string…….its getting to be a bit of a habit. Mark came to the rescue with his version of Teenage Kicks.
“There’s something about guitars, they’re just so big, you know what I mean?
You’re just like, “Ugh!” Its just seems so overwhelming and the Ukulele is, like the opposite of overwhelming.”
Come rain or shine we meet at The Queens Head, Landgate, Rye at 7.30pm every Tuesday evening. All are welcome from beginner, through improver to expert. We always have a spare Uke if anyone just ‘wants a go’.