FREE GARDEN PARTY

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Marking the end of the road for summer, before colder nights and the golden colours of Autumn keep us indoors, we are throwing a celebratory Garden Party on Saturday 10th September with free live-music ALL DAY.

We have a really special line-up including:

// HEADLINERS: CIRCE'S DINER //
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HECchQtlCOc

We saw this female duo perform at Glastonbury Festival this year and instantly fell in love. These Bristolians' weave wondrous tales of love, loss and tigers against a backdrop of Americana, roots and folk. The acoustic alchemists blend infectious melodies and dreamy harmonies with an intoxicating (and often intoxicated) performance that will most probably charm the pants off of you.

// CAMERON J NIVEN //
https://soundcloud.com/cameronjniven/newspaper-blues

We are so pleased to have local artist Cameron J Niven from the Edgar Wallace Exchange playing a solo set for us. Having received radio play from Tom Ronbinson's BBC show - this is definitely an act you want to come down early for.

// SAM LUNN //
https://soundcloud.com/samlunnmusic/river-hands

Another act we saw on the festival circuit this summer, with a great voice and some incredible instrumental skills. The young British artist's modern folk-inspired sound has a contemporary but timeless quality - guitar, voice and lyrics blend together to give a mature, sensitive style that seems to naturally ebb and flow. Driven by the beat of his guitar.

// SAM ASHTON //
http://samashtonmusic.bandcamp.com/track/wasp-3

It's been almost a year since ourselves and Sam have tried to organise a live-date that works for both of us and finally that time has arrived. His Instrumentally focused ambient folk is both hypnotic and haunting - a must for fans of Fink

// BEN MURPHIE //
https://soundcloud.com/ben-murphie/back-to-the-raging-sea

Inspired by the likes of Neil Young, Johnny Flynn, Dry The River, Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen this troubadour will cut deep with his Americana influenced folk-blues. 

// REBECCA VAUGHAN //
https://soundcloud.com/rebecca-vaughan/manifestation

Rebecca is influenced by the Soul singers such as Etta James, Nina Simone, Dinah Washington as well as finding inspiration in such musicians as Amy Winehouse and Arctic Monkeys Front man Alex Turner. A talented songwriter and the perfect accompaniment to your Saturday lunch - make sure you get a seat for 2pm to witness her opening set.



This event will be taking place rain or shine, don't worry we will have cover if the weather is bad but do come along to The Gallery Cafe on Saturday 10th September, grab some food and drink and enjoy some incredible, free live-music all-day.

The Gallery Cafe serves a brilliant range of Vegan/Vegetarian meals from breakfast to homemade pizza, stews and also serves a great range of teas, coffees, freshly made juices, local craft beer, cider and wine.