What we’re about
If you love playing or just listening to the piano then our group is for you!
Whatever your ability, experience or musical style you'll be welcome. The idea is to provide a monthly opportunity to play to a friendly group of like-minded people. The events will be informal, the aim being to increase performance confidence, have fun and meet new people. If you'd like to try a duet, bring it along!
Free refreshments included. There's also no requirement to play or even be a pianist, being part of the audience is a great encouragement to the players.
It’s £7 to attend whether playing or an audience member, this covers the venue rental, insurance and refreshments.
Looking forward to meeting you and maybe hearing you play!
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- March Event - Let's Play Some Piano - Players/Audience WelcomeAllerton URC Church, Allerton
All welcome to join us at our March event and enjoy our brand new grand piano in the fabulous setting of Allerton United Reformed church! Players of all abilities and music styles welcome along with audience members too.
It's a great event to attend if you're thinking of returning to the piano or starting for the first time. It's also a friendly group so a fantastic to way to meet new people!
We'll meet at Allerton URC on Mather Avenue, a superb building that was recently refurbished. It's a very popular local hub for community activities including theatre and music.
Everybody is welcome to play or listen as they prefer regardless of ability, experience or musical style. We'll get started at 2:30pm, but you're welcome to turn up anytime from 1.30pm to try the piano.
Ticket link (£7) - can also pay on door
Note for players: If people could aim for up to 6 mins maximum, ideally for a single piece/movement, it would work best, however let me know if you want to try something longer and could well juggle the timings.
Look forward to seeing you and happy playing in the meantime :-)
There are very regular buses to/from town (No.86 and others). The outbound stop on Mather Avenue is called 'Booker Avenue' Returning to town the bus stop is right in front of church on Mather Avenue.
By train it's two stops from Lime Street to West Allerton, then a 10min walk at a gentle pace.
There is medium sized car park at the church. Parking is unrestricted on all surrounding streets, you can park on the verges on Mather Avenue or Booker avenue too.