GNUF 2015 lineup announced and…win a Noah uke competition coming soon!

The lovely people at GNUF 2015 (the Grand Northern Ukulele festival) have released the lineup poster for this year’s event. Looks like it’s going to be another cracking weekend, and we’re delighted to be heading back there again.  In other  unrelated but also exciting news, Noah Ukuleles will be holding another ‘win a uke’ competition […]

Who’s going to GNUF 2014?

It’s not long now until GNUF 2014 which we think, judging from the lineup, promises to be even better than last year’s festival. We’ll have  a stall there again in The Grand Bazaar and look forward to showing everyone the recent additions to the Noah range. At the time of writing, there are still a […]

Ukulele World Record Attempt

Have you ever wondered what over 2300 people playing ukulele at the same time would sound like? Well, here at Noah Ukuleles, we now know! We had a fantastic day out at this event which took place at St Mary’s Stadium, the home of Southampton Football Club. It was great to see so many ukulele […]

Noah Campanella

At the start of 2014, I decided that it was time to add a new model to the Noah range and thought that it would be nice to canvass some opinion from ukulele enthusiasts on possible designs. Tim Morrison, who you may have seen playing some lovely pieces on his Noah Monkeypod Concert, did a […]

Ukulele News!

It’s been a very busy time of late here at Saigon Guitars, and this is especially true where our Noah ukuleles are concerned. The Christmas and early New Year period saw us visit Ukulele groups in Portsmouth, Oxford, Reading, Balham, Southampton and Brighton. Before Christmas, I also had the pleasure recently of meeting the wonderfully […]

The Grand Northern Ukulele Festival 2013

After a successful and very enjoyable time at the GB Ukulele Festival in Cheltenham earlier this year, I had high hopes for the inaugural Grand Northern Ukulele Festival – and I wasn’t disappointed! The weekend had begun with a gruelling 6 hour drive from Brighton up to Penistone, where we were staying with family for […]