Celebrating 25 years of Ukulele Orchestra
September 09, 2010
THE Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain is on tour celebrating its 25-year anniversary.
After two previous sell-out shows at the Princes Hall, Aldershot, the orchestra is returning to the venue with their silver jubilee show, God Save the Ukulele Orchestra, on Monday, September 13, at 7.45pm.
The orchestra has been performing for a quarter of a century, expanding from gigs in London pubs and village halls to touring the world and playing in the Royal Albert Hall.
Over the last 25 years, the orchestra has sold out theatres, appeared on TV in many countries, been its own record label, video production company, management and concert agency – its success goes on and on.
With renditions of all types of music from Tchaikovsky to Nirvana, the Ukes turn up on stage with precision to tear the house down.
No tricks, no vocal enhancements or overproduced wizardry are used – just one ukulele per performer is enough for standing ovations after every gig.
You’ll never think about music, humour or entertainment in the same way once you’ve seen and heard the Ukulele Orchestra.
Pre-show dinners are also available, and will be served in the Tichbourne Suite. To book a meal, please call the box office on 01252 329155.
Tickets are priced at £18, £17 concesssions, £16 Friends and are available from the box office on 01252 329155 or online at www.princeshall.com.