The Ver Players charity fund-raising concert in the lovely Jubilee Hall is always a highlight of our year, and we are delighted that Andy Eastwood will be our headline act. He is one of the biggest names on the UK’s ukulele scene and a brilliant performer! There will also be solos by our support groups: Rag House, Teal and The Sunshine Band as well as the big Ver Players sing-alongs for everyone to join in on!
We are raising money for Earthworks St Albans:, a well-known local charity that offers trainees, often with learning disabilities or mental health issues, work experience and training in horticultural and land-based skills.
Please email us to buy or reserve your tickets (£10 each).
Ver Players is open to all ukulele players, from beginners to expert!
Have a look at the events calendar on the right to find out when our next get together is…
Ver Players is a community ukulele group based in St Albans. Founded in 2012, the group has grown to around eighty members of all ages, who meet once a fortnight to sing, play and unleash their inner creativity. The group alternates between small, focused sessions in St Albans’ The Courtyard Cafe and larger old-fashioned singalongs in the The Hare & Hounds, a local pub. It’s a fantastic opportunity for people to get together and experience live music.
Members typically join as complete beginners before quickly gaining confidence as they realise they can start to produce real music. The open, collaborative spirit ensures a fun and friendly atmosphere to learn, laugh – and ‘lose yourself in the ukulele’!
We also run a programme of ukelele workshops and can provide one-to-one teaching. To join us, take a look at the membership page.
The most wonderful, joyous and exquisite evening with Sarah Maisel, Craig Chee and the very special and surprise addition of James Agg on bass ukulele. We feel privileged to have experienced their combined magic, making a truly memorable evening. Thank you!
It’s Carnival time again at Sopwell Festival, and we’re playing at the Hare & Hounds this Bank Holiday Monday. There’s face painting, craft beer, cocktails and great authentic food, and of course live ukulele music!
28th August 2017,
Festival starts at noon, we play between 2-4pm
Hare & Hounds
104 Sopwell Lane
St Albans AL1 1RL
Ver Players are celebrating The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper release 50 years ago this week by performing the whole album on ukulele (could be a world first!). It should be a great night, dress up, sing along or come and watch, it’s free and all welcome!