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Want to organise a fun, musical (no prior musical experience necessary) team building event in London*? Are you looking for something to include everyone in your team and get them all together? Would you like to (quite literally) get your team to sing (and/or play) from the same song sheet? Do you want to create a non-boozy social lubricant?
Our easy-to-follow system will allow everyone in your team to play nicely together, quickly.
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How does it work?
Book The Date
Choose the date from our online calendar.
Buy or Hire
Let us know how many people and if you want to buy or hire ukuleles.
Play your first song in an hour
We'll come along and get you all singing and strumming from the same sheet.
Free access for your staff to follow up
If you want your staff to continue to play together, we'll provide access to online resources.
Our sessions are fun & memorable
"This was something completely different for us but it was a fantastic afternoon. 100 colleagues from around the company worked and communicated with colleagues they didn't normally get to see.
Lorraine's instruction and skills are fabulous - within about ten minutes she had everyone strumming along. It was wonderful to witness. I can highly recommend this as an original way to bring teams together and to introduce people to the joy of making music."
"I wasn't sure what to expect and it certainly wasn't playing a Taylor Swift song on the Ukulele! A great fun team building event for all abilities."
"Lorraine provided a brilliant Ukulele workshop for the as part of learning at work week. She brought the Ukes, laughs and a lot of patience... It was a really great session, and everyone enjoyed it, and a few have even decided to take it up in the long-term!"
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It starts at £720 for a team of 15 for either an hour or two within central London. As a rule of thumb, allow roughly £48 per person for anything up to 50 people. The price per head decreases if you are either; a small registered charity, you have a very large team, or if you want us to source your own ukuleles to keep and/or music video (see below).
Pretty much everyone can join in. Absolutely no prior musical experience is necessary. It is, by design, the musical equivalent of ‘paint by numbers’ and everybody is welcome. We bring everything you’ll need to add musical fun to any event. Whether you have 15 or 100 people, we’ll have you all singing and/or playing a popular song or three. It’s a great leveller as you’ll all start from scratch.
That is down to you. Let us know how much time you have (from 1-hour minimum right up to a full day), whether you want a one-off or a regular class, what kind of activity you want, depending whether you are looking for an ice-breaker, team building session or an ongoing workplace wellness initiative. Whether you want to learn 1-song, 2-5 songs, incorporate musical games, have a battle of the bands, music video songwriting, themed/tailored songs – these are all things we have done and we can happily tailor to your event if you let us know what you need.
We can come to your workplace, a pub or event space or anywhere you like, really! An ideal environment for the session would be a clean, dry, well-lit, comfortable, private room. Prior to the session, please allow 60 minutes access to set up before the workshop and 30 minutes to pack down after the end.
Yes, we’ll need;
A projector and a screen. Plus (For groups of 30 or more) a mic & stand with an amp and PA system.
A music stand or table with two bottles of drinking water for the tutor.
An armless chair for each attendee. Ideally, these will be arranged in a ‘horseshoe’ around the projector screen.
Ukulele is good for morning, lunchtime, after work, as an ice breaker to break up a day or as a warm-up before your company party.
Some suggested options to fill specific time slots:
- 1-hour, perhaps a lunch hour to simply get you all playing 1 song
- 2-hours (90-minutes with a break in the middle) to play 2-5 songs
- half or full day, have inter-team X-factor style competition, play fun musical games to make you work as a team, or give a live performance to others, write a song.