We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkleMarilyn Monroe

Ukulele Marilyn

Marilyn Jetty Swim Strummers

Thank you for visiting our website to find out how you can join the MJS Strummers! Joining this fun-loving group is not only a fabulous way to network and meet with wonderful like-minded people, but you will help raise valuable funds for the Cancer Council of SA.
 
As a member, you are not obliged to attend every fund raising event, however, it would be great if you could come along to as many as possible, to really give our numbers a boost. Our intention is to have a large pool of ukulele wielding Marilyns, to ensure there is a rock solid group in attendance when we have an exciting gig.

Become a MJS Strummer

Want to join?  Contact us and let us know you're interested.

 

What You'll Need

A red ukulele. Our wonderful friends at the Barossa Music Centre have a special deal for the Marilyns - $42.50 - which includes free delivery (to the class). When registering, please indicate you wish to purchase a ukulele (alternatively, you may wish to arrange this at one of the practice sessions).
The signature approved Marilyn wig and Marilyn white halterneck dress (from “The Seven Year Itch”). Until you have purchased these items for yourself it may be possible to borrow them.  Here's more information on how to Get the Look.

How much does it cost to join the MJS Strummers?

$40 MJS Strummers membership fee (waived for registered, paid up MJS swimmers)
$5 per class
Cost of wig and dress
$42.50 for a red ukulele

How often are classes held?

Every Thursday night 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start to 9pm. $5 per class. We are very fortunate to have an experienced (and extremely patient) ukulele teacher, Rick Whitehead, to teach us!

Where are classes held?

Marilyn Headquarters
Dunluce Castle
12 Yester Avenue
Brighton, South Australia

 

Can I “come’n’try” before I commit?

Yes! Please contact us to indicate you wish to attend a “come n try” class.
If you do not have a ukulele, you may borrow one for this session (if you decide to join the group, we recommend you purchase your own ukulele so you have one for practice).
Please note the $5 class fee applies.