Enjoy an afternoon of Music in the Garden

It’s only a few days now until my annual Music in the Garden opening this Sunday, so I wanted to send a little update on the delights you can except to see throughout the afternoon.

As well as a full line up of musical entertainment, hosted by Pete Sinclair, there will also be a range of stalls, light refreshments and a special guest has been invited.

Tickets are £10
and include a free drink (non-alcoholic) with a slice of cake and a raffle ticket. (children are free).

Tickets are available on the door

Our Musical Line-up

Hosting proceedings throughout the afternoon will be the wonderful, Pete Sinclair, fresh from performing at the Glastonbury Festival. 

Pete will be crooning hits from the two tribute shows he is taking to this summer’s Edinburgh Festival:  Frank & Dean: A tribute to the Rat Pack and Cash & Diamond.

Georg Tormann (judge on BBC1’s All Together Now) will be conducting his choir with a range of singalong classics to enjoy.

Always in high demand, the choir have performed across the country at venues such as The Festival Hall, Barbican, Churchill Theatre and Symphony Hall Birmingham.

I am delighted to welcome back Santino, who performed at a previous Music In The Garden opening when I lived at Harcourt House in Bromley. 

Santino will be playing on acoustic guitar, and performing a whole range of covers, so there is sure to be something for everyone.


I will also be introducing Zara Louise, who will be making her debut singing appearance at my opening.

Zara will be performing a set of popular songs from across the ages.

Other stalls

Pam Preedy, local historian & author of Living Through the Great War: How the People of Bromley Faced the Challenges of War, will also be joining us. 

Pam will be available for questions, and you will also be able to purchase a copy of her new book.

Your entry ticket includes a free drink* and slice of cake from our main refreshment stand which can be found in the middle garden.

A great number of fantastic donations have been provided for our raffle. 

Your entry ticket includes a free raffle ticket, but extras can be purchased at the end of the garden by the performance area.

There will also be stalls selling a range of beautiful gifts, ornaments and cards, and again my small art exhibition will be open too.

The Pot Luck stall is also back by popular demand!

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