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Learn to play the ukelele at Bramley Lawn!

Fancy learning to play the ukelele? Bramley Lawn is hosting a free introductory evening tonight (Tuesday, September 6th).

Come and hear the amazing Beginner and Improver Ukulele Groups perform from 8pm. Headlining the event will be Dean from Biscuithead and The Biscuit Badgers!

There will be refreshments and a raffle (with profits to ClothCat Leeds, a charity which uses music training to help local people improve the quality of their lives). Everybody welcome.

More details here.

A new ‘Beginner and Improver’ 12-week courses start on Tuesday evenings from Tuesday, 13th September.

Bramley Ukulele Club (for people who already play basic chords) runs Thursdays 7pm to 9pm from Thursday, 15th September. The group has recently moved from Headingley and welcomes new members.

For booking and information, contact Jessica Bowie at yourukuleletutor@gmail.com.

Want to know more about ukelele playing? Check out the video below, which features Meanwood & Alwoodley Ukelele Orchestra playing at Bramley Elderly Action’s 21st birthday party last year:

NOTE: This article was amended to clarify it’s Bramley Elderly Action, not Bramley Elderly Aid as originally stated.



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