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​​Wednesday 7 August

Gates open at 5.30pm with informal live music with the first act on stage at 6.45pm til late

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Georgie Buchanan


Delighted to introduce Georgie Buchanan Music to the Fringe stage this summer to play us some beautiful harp-led music to calm our souls. Inspired by voyages to the Outer Hebrides, tales of ancient Celtic Goddesses and great folk singers from Peggy Seeger to Joni Mitchell, Georgie Buchanan is a unique singer and harpist on the contemporary folk scene.

Hailing from the North Shore Mountains of Canada and the Chiltern Hills, Georgie has always felt most at home creating music in the rich landscapes of the natural world.

"This is beautiful, subtle and sophisticated folk music. Ethereal yet rooted. I can’t wait to hear more from Georgie Buchanan.”  Miranda Sykes (Show of Hands)

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Leonie Evans


Leonie Evans is a multi-instrumentalist, singer songwriter and session vocalist who’s been performing since the age of 5 and has collaborated with hundreds of musicians all over the world. 


She also has a strong passion for history and languages and as a result her repertoire when performing tends to be a mixture of her own compositions and pre-40’s Jazz, Blues, Country, Gospel and Tejano. 


“I was just blown away with her.” – Cerys Matthews, BBC Radio 6.  

“Jazz and Folk flirt en route to New Orleans via Canterbury with Evans’ slinky, supple vocal…” – Prog Magazine     

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FÜLÜ ElectroBrass

Introducing... FÜLÜ [fu lu] in Swahili, “little wild girl”


Weaving a bridge between contemporary jazz, the trance of carnivals and the rhythms of techno clubs, FÜLÜ depicts on stage a hybrid, narrative and danceable sound universe.


Fülü was born from the meeting of seven musicians, of French and Italian

origin, during their musical studies and in the Toulouse music scene.

The group finds their roots in contemporary electronic music: from Berlin techno clubs to the new French drum'n'bass scene, FÜLÜ draws inspiration from repetitive rhythms and the energy of electro concerts to develop

sounds that make you want to dance!

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King Dinosaur


King Dinosaur are an exciting raucous 5 piece band playing fun, high-energy, original tunes to dance to with lots of harmony singing.

The music defies genre with influences as diverse as jazz, latin, mariachi, eastern european folk and swing. Melt that lot together, add a little spice, and you have their unique sound that they like to call 'Spaghetti Western Swing’.

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