An evening of wholesome food and great music.

From Oregon, USA, Fellow Pynins will be joining us to tell tales and sing songs and share a supper.

Fellow Pynins is a tender duo birthed out of years of travelling, farming, child-rearing and touring. Their songs tell of stories old, dreams of death, frolicking through pastures of sheep and entering the chasms of the human experience.
Wielding clawhammer banjo, bouzouki, mandolin and guitar Dani and Ian pour their hearts into the sounds of their whimsically woven folk tales. These two will lift you up with their ridiculous stories and then transcend you into their emotive songs.

“Fellow Pynins will transport you into their haunting and beguiling world of love tales and spine-tingling harmonies…They will have you traveling far and wide to hear them again.” -Lisa Dunn, BBC

Alongside the music we will be serving a delicious 2 course meal (all diets catered for, menu coming soon)

Entry to this event is by advance ticket only, £20 which includes a 2 course meal.

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