Ukulele & Crafts

30th August 2018

A new unique combination of fun, creative & relaxing summer activities for the natural child where parents can take part too.

the north london

ukulele club

The afternoons activities include:

  • Introduction to Ukulele 

  • Improving ukulele (dep on ability)

  • Singing & Moving

  • Original songwriting

  • Creative & Textile crafts

  • Parents can join into all projects

Please follow these four steps below to complete your booking:

1. Register your details below, 2. Opt in (Click Yes) to Privacy Policy 3. Select your preferred date/dates 4. Pay online.

Summer activities in the Green Shed

 

We are excited to team up with the amazing Nicky Grace and be welcomed with our ukuleles at her beautiful Green Shed in the heart of Muswell Hill this summer. 

ONLY A FEW SPOTS LEFT ON:

  • Thursday 30th August

  • 3 hours of fun – 2 to 5pm

  • Ages 5 to 11yo (grouped by age) 

  • 1 Child + 1 Parent or sibling

  • Max 12 spots (6 kids + 6 parents)

  • Fee £58 – 1 child & 1 parent

  • Fee £65  – 2 Children & 1 parent

Please check our FAQ to learn more about our Summer activities at the Green Shed before signing up.

Start by filling in the Form below and then click to choose your date & pay for your workshop HERE

Registration Form

"Creativity is Inventing, Growing, Taking Risks, Breaking Rules, Making Mistakes And Having Fun."

 

'Nicky’s Green Shed is an original and refreshing explosion of colour and warmth.'

Bridgit Napleton 

'Margie’s sessions are all delivered in such an imaginative way that an hour’s lesson never feels long enough for our young ukulele player!'

Awen Duggin 

'As soon as I walked in to Nickys shed, I thought I had arrived in heaven. Unique pieces, eclectic items mixed with a vintage twist'  

Jane Means 

'My son Tim loves Margie's lessons. Sessions are fun, purposeful and planned so that there is time to play new and known songs, compose their own songs and understand and play various strumming patterns. Both children and grown ups have a lot of fun!' 

Anatoly Paraev