The Ukulele Death Squad
@ Arts Centre WashingtonBook Now
10 August 2018
Ticket prices: Show and Workshop £12 / Show only £10 / Workshop only £7
“The World’s Most Dangerous Uke Show”
You ready for Ukulele mayhem? The world’s most dangerous ukulele band will be on English soil! One show only in Washington. Get in quick because tickets won’t last long!
The World’s Most Dangerous Ukulele Act do a deadly job at reinventing the uke by playing everything from folk to flamenco in frenetic and death defying style.
There’s a reason these Australian nylon stringed virtuosos from are selling out shows across the globe.
Pre-Show Workshop – Thinking Outside The Box (Fingerpicking and Rhythm) – 6pm
Want to learn some uke skills before the show? This workshop is designed for ukulele players that are looking to think outside the box, and break away from the standard strum patterns and demonstrate fingerpicking patterns that can help players, solo or in groups get the most out of the ukulele.
Beginner and Intermediate players welcome.
Show doors 7.30pm
With stage-craft, mad thumping rhythms and outrageous solos, the squad will quite literally blow your minds. Enter at your own risk.
“Dressed as if they were regulars in the below deck Titanic party… Their boyish charm wins over the audience” – Fest Mag
“Loud, raucous and infectiously fun, this Squad might have looked like respectable businessmen with their suits and sunglasses but they nevertheless brought the house down!” – The Clothesline
“Ukulele Death Squad showed just how bloody cool the good ol’ uke can be!” – Scenestr Magazine
Winners of the 2018 Best Music Act Adelaide Fringe. Sold Out Adelaide & Edinburgh Fringe Seasons for 2017 and 2018.
Supported by www.ukeshop.co.uk
Arts Centre Washington
Tyne and Wear
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