Borrow a ukulele
You can now borrow a ukulele with your library card at Tate South Lambeth Library, thanks to donations and partnership working with London Ukulele Project.
Ask at the desk for a ukulele and a member of staff will issue it to your library card. You will be able to borrow the ukulele for three weeks, but also renew it (just like a book) if you would like to borrow it for a little longer.
Each kit contains:
- London Ukulele Project booklet, for you to keep
- A battery operated tuner
- A carrying case
- Online access to learning resources
Sizes of ukuleles. We have three types of ukulele to loan:
-Soprano Octopus ukuleles - agates and walnut
-Flight Concert Ukuleles - acacia
-Kmise 21" Soprano Ukulele (does not come with tuner)
How to tune your ukulele
London Ukulele Project have online resources and a Youtube channel
Ukebuddy has an online tuner, chord diagrams, scale exercises and song sheets
Hawaiian Shirts Ukulele Tutorials has online tutorials for all levels and music genres
Ukulele tricks guide to playing the ukulele
Duke of Uke shop in Bethnal Green, London.
Ukulele Wednesdays meet up at Tamesis Dock, Vauxhall.
Books to loan
If you have any further questions about the scheme, contact Tate South Lambeth Library, 180 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1QP, phone: 0207 926 0710 , email: SouthLambethLibrary@lambeth.gov.uk