Stukulele aka Stuart Eadie said playing the ukulele is always a good time.
Stukulele aka Stuart Eadie said playing the ukulele is always a good time. Contributed

Tumbulgum Tavern appreciates a good ukulele player

TUMBULGUM got a little more noisy than usual when ukulele night kicked off last night.

It's sure to become a staple at the popular Tumbulgum Tavern.

Organiser Stukulele aka Stuart Eadie, from Mullumbimby, said he encouraged everyone to bring their ukulele along to the next one.

"Or just come and sing-along or simply enjoy the atmosphere and entertainment," he said.

"The ukulele craze has hit Tumbulgum and it's become an event not to be missed."

He said everyone could enjoy a fun and family-friendly night out at the new Uke Nights.

"Tonight is an informal get together of enthusiasts and although some pointers may be given it is not a formal lesson," he said.

"Our focus is on fun and a real community sing-along."

Stukulele said he didn't want anyone to feel self conscious about their ability and to "just get amongst it."

Tumbulgum Tavern Uke Night is held on the second Thursday of each month from 6.30pm.

Entry is $10 and kids under 15 are free.

For more information go to http://www.ukenight.com



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