On Wednesday 25th September 2019 Mike Dickens visited the Bridgnorth Ukulele Club on behalf of the Wyre Forest Talking Newspaper. An organisation, which produces a regular newspaper for people who have sight impairment and would find a printed paper impractical. He spent the evening listening to the club members performing and was able to record some of the proceedings. He was also able to interview some of the members.
He described the atmosphere as “Scintillating”
Here are the results.
Today’s get together has been called off due to the weather situation. ☹
For all lovers of the mellifluous tones of a turbocharged V8 accompanied by the gut-wrenching thunder of a dozen+ ukuleles: come along to Bridgnorth High Street on Sunday 1st September and bear witness to the creation of a new form of music.
I just spoke to the organiser. The rain is forecast to be easing so the photo shoot will go ahead tonight as planned. If you can make it, please come along. Closest parking is in Listley St carpark. Nevertheless, club night will be running as usual in the All Forces Club for anyone who prefers not to risk it.
We have been invited to be part of a photo shoot in Bridgnorth High St in the lead up to the Italian AutoMoto Festival, see Gigs page. PLEASE COME TO BRIDGNORTH HIGH ST AT 7:00 PM NEXT WEDNESDAY 14TH, INSTEAD OF THE ALL FORCES CLUB. Everyone is welcome. The more the merrier. Please bring uke and Hawaiian shirt. Once it’s over, we can return to the All Forces Club for a typical club night.
Club night will also be carrying on as usual between 7:00 – 10:00 pm for anyone who would prefer this.