Welcome to the new UkuleleProject.co.uk website! The London Ukulele Project is now the Ukulele Project because we are now working with projects across the UK.

welcome to the Scotland Ukulele Project

We are delighted to be currently working with:

An after school club. Beginner courses for LGBT Health and Wellbeing Scotland. A weekly Uke Jam in Ibrox Parish Church, Glasgow. Sarah can also be found teaching at Village Music in East Kilbride

the scotland ukulele project

The Scotland ukulele project was founded in March 2021. Sarah came on board to spread her wings and share her passion and enthusiasm for community and music education. 

At the Scotland Ukulele Project, we want to bring communities together, from all walks of life, providing opportunities to those who may not have experienced the benefits that learning an instrument brings. We are passionate about creating safe and inclusive spaces, so that those who normally wouldn’t have the opportunity, will have a platform to shine. We are working closely with the LGBT+ community in Glasgow, and are committed to creating LGBT+ jam clubs and donating ukuleles to this community across the country. A community Sarah is passionate about, and also a community who are often impacted by loneliness.

We also are working with after school clubs, bringing music education alive and running workshops for students and their leaders so they can lead regular ukulele after school groups. From January 2022, Sarah will be running her own ukulele school in Glasgow, providing people in her local community a place to learn all things ukulele ,and get involved in the Ukulele Project events.

We hope to run events, connecting our communities through the ukulele, to show that, we really are all quite similar, despite superficial differences.

Sarah Farren
Passionate and Energetic Ukulele Teacher, Music Lover, Lover of travel and the outdoors

Upcoming Events

Calling all Glasgow Ukulele Players!! NEW UKULELE JAM
Come and join our inclusive and super fun ukulele group on Tuesdays 7:45-8:45 in Ibrox Parish Church, Glasgow £4 per session all profits go toward the project
Together we will build on our repertoire of songs and make some great ukulele music!

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Past Events

At MOSS, we have had a very successful 10 week workshop with two of the groups. We even put on a fantastic performance for the other kids at the club, and recorded it for the parents and guardians who all loved it! Even Ellen, the leader is now strumming away!We can't wait to be back for more next term! If your after school group would love to experience our 10 week workshops, or put one of your staff through our ukulele leader workshops, please drop us an email to find out how!
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We are an Arts Award Centre

What is an Arts Award?

A range of unique qualifications that supports anyone aged up to 25 years old to grow as artists and arts leaders. In England, Arts Award is managed by Trinity College London and Arts Council England.

What do you currently offer?

We can support children and young people to work towards their Discover and/or Explore Awards. Children and young people collect evidence in an individual arts log of their experiences of participating in arts activites, researching artists and/or arts organisations and their work, sharing their arts discoveries, creating a piece of art work and identifying what they have enjoyed and/or acheived and their communication of this to others.  If we can support your school, your student or organisation in working towards an Arts Award please get in touch for more information

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Work with us in Scotland

Are you a charity, community group or school based in Scotland, wanting to work with us? We would love to hear from you!

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