Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Dulwich Ukulele Club May Day Ball

Dulwich Ukulele Club are hosting an event to mark May Day this year (Friday 1st May). They promise:

"An evening of riotous ribaldry awaits. Featuring a very modern take on the May Pole, Morris Dancing and at midnight the coronation of the May Day Ball’s very own Lord and Lady of Misrule.With a veritable army of top class entertainment including live music from crazy country ska bumpkins David Goo and his Anti-Depressant Variety Show, bespoke pop for the discerning from King and the Olive Fields, the d├ębut performance of 7 piece Harmonica Dad and the Dulwich Ukulele Club of course.We’ve got a host of weird and wonderful cabaret stuff too – Charlie’s Mad Marionettes, which frightened everybody last time out and the sublime Actionettes, an eight piece all-girl 60’s dance troupe. Then there’s DJ 78– spinning the discs on two wind-up gramophone players. The last one was totally fantastic, we expect the same this time out. There's only room at St Thomas More Hall, 116a Lordship Lane, SE22 for 250 people so if you'd like to come and join the 'May'hem on Friday May 1st, 8 til 1am please visit the DUC myspace where you can buy a ticket by clicking on 'add to cart'"

Don't forget too that Brockley Ukulele Group are bring their ukebox to the Amersham Arms next Sunday (12th) and to Shunt at London Bridge on 23rd April.

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