Swing by for a deliciously chilled Fursty Ferret, a lip-smacking Cloudy Rosie or a simple glass of pinot grigio and listen to some tunes from a unique line-up that you won’t hear anywhere else over the weekend. Enjoy one of the most unique venues that the Fringe has to offer.
Between music and drinks be sure to feast on the Mediterranean platters, freshly prepared sandwiches and the delicious cakes that will be on offer.
‘The Hours’ also has a new exhibition upstairs with works from four artists from Carms Artists Network featuring pieces from ceramic to printmaking and sculptures to painting.
If you’re interested in staying in Brecon to make the most of your weekend check out the Brecon Beacons site for last minute accommodation.
3pm – Steph James
This Brecon based singer and songwriter has performed all over wales with her band and as a solo artist. Prepare yourself for some soulful poppy tunes to open this year’s festival.
Get ready to here the quirky musical style of Nigel Evans and his band as they perform their newest rock opera.
3pm – The Mike Chappell Trio
Sit back, relax and enjoy the laid back classic jazz from The Mike Chappell Trio on what is set to be a sunny afternoon at the Fringe Festival.
7pm – The Keith Little Trio
Known for their tantalizing combination of jazz, swing and jump & jive; kick your Saturday night at the fringe off with The Little Keith Trio.
Penniless Cove will be playing an emotional set as they tell their dark and quirky tales of every day life and of the things that are often forgotten.
7:30pm – Calling Card
As this years Fringe festival comes to a close, enjoy the sultry, smoldering rhythm of the blues with Paul Keddle and his talented band.
Entry into The Hours is FREE all weekend.