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Gig at the Greenhouses: Fellow Pynins

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We are delighted that Fellow Pynins are playing an outdoor gig at the Greenhouses this July! 

Fellow Pynins is an award winning contemporary folk duo with a keen and bucolic sense of vocal harmony and song craft. The live performance is a whimsically emotional escapade through the chasms of our, yes, feelings.  Dashed with spontaneous and clever banter, mirth and woe, you will probably cry and quite possibly laugh, a lot.  Wielding claw-hammer banjo, Irish bouzouki, mandolin, and acoustic guitar the duo sings predominantly original music as well as reworked traditional ballads gathered from their travels.

“Folk Music with a hefty touch of whimsy” Bob Boilen (NPR)
“Fascinating Stuff” Frank Hennessy, BBC Radio Wales
“Fellow Pynins will transport you into their haunting and beguiling world of love tales and spine-tingling harmonies… They’ll have you traveling far and wide to hear them again.” Lisa Dunn (BBC)
“Spellbinding” Country Music People
“Strong vocal harmonies” Smithsonian Folkways



Price: £12 /£10 conc.
under 12’s go free

Doors: 6pm
There will be two sets: 7.00 – 7.45pm & 8.30 – 9.15pm

You can wander the gardens, drink and be merry in the interludes.

There will also be a paying bar at this event. (Card only)

Come! Rain or shine (if rain – we can take shelter in the Greenhouse, Barn and under marquees).




BPCG is in the middle of Brockwell park, between the tennis courts and the walled gardens. Follow the signs.
If you are driving to the gig, we recommend parking your car on Dulwich Road or near Dulwich Road as exit from the Park after dark is via the Lido Gates on Dulwich Road.


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