The purpose of the festival in bringing together people from across the country and around the world is not simply to create a weekend of world-class arts, and entertainment featuring the ukulele. We aim to create a legacy so that any new-found interests in music or the arts more generally might continue to flourish long after the festival has ended.
In support of this we bring artists with whom we have collaborated, to clubs and groups around the country for workshops, performances and tuition.
We are also keen to hear your thoughts as you read this page. If you have ideas, do get in touch. We are happy to consider other ways of reaching out to people. We welcome any suggestions via email, comments or via any of our social media outlets.