Not to be missed! Comedian Robin Evans attempts to break the Guinness World Record for the longest ever Ukulele performance!
SATURDAY 26 NOVEMBER; SHENANIGANS SATURDAY RIGHT THROUGH TO SUNDAY
Robin Evans, Esq. is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for playing the ukulele for the longest time (marathon).
Saturday 26th November at 11am until Sunday 27th at 5pm - 30 hours.
You're all invited to come watch, sing, dance, encourage, worry about his personal safety, and wonder why anyone would be mad enough to attempt it.
This event is kindly sponsored by KoAloha Ukulele, who have provided us with some ukulele to be won!
Robin is now taking song requests for his marathon attempt, so why not get involved by adding your favourite song suggestions to the Facebook event page below!
For further details and to let us know you're coming and invite your friends and family please check out the Facebook Event Page.
GET INVOLVED We're looking for some witnesses, to come watch and sign a bit of paper so Guinness are certain I've done it. If you're interested then message Robin Evans, Esq. or email email@example.com
ABOUT ROBIN EVANS, ESQ. Robin Evans, Esq, is a musician based in Plymouth, UK. Primarily known for playing the ukulele he is a multi-instrumentalist with a love of acoustic soul, blues, jazz, and swing. Unique, and often risque, Robin has played many venues and festivals in the UK and internationally. Some of the stories regarding his song about tea may have been exaggerated.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ROBIN “Robin is a ***** comedian. That’s five stars, not a five star swearword like, I dunno, c**ty.” - Adam Kay, Amateur Transplants
“Unique and brilliant ... Definitely an act to look out for in the future ... Ukulele Wizard” - The Tab, Plymouth
“I just sat there mesmerized at his fingers flying over the frets and his strum style ... He’s a very talented uke player that’s for sure.” - Plymouth Ho Ho Ho
Hope to see you there! Expect a staggering 30 HOUR performance!!
Refreshments, mince pies, mulled wine and band aids on hand!
Starts Saturday 26th Nov, 11am at the Duke of Uke! See you there!