Plough Chapel, Brecon, interior Plough Chapel

Address: Plough Chapel, Lion Street, Brecon, LD3 7AU

Plough Chapel is an historic chapel, dating back to the 17th century. It holds its annual Flower Festival during Brecon Fringe Festival and also a Gymanfa Ganu, which is a service which celebrates 4-part hymn singing - all are welcome at both events

Refer to Map reference no. 25

Friday 9th August

  • BE 2019

    Brief Encounter Duo

    • Time: 11:30am
    • Info: This is the 4th visit from these Brecon Fringe Festival favorites from Northumberland. Chris and Veronica Perrin are multi-instrumentalists performing vintage jazz, classic blues, ragtime, stride and even some 60s pop. Using a looper means the duo can sound like a trio. They play piano, cornet, clarinet, sax, melodica and washboard and include some rarely heard vocals. They are also part of the front line of Lazy River Jazz Band, Cumberland Hot Shots and Northern Lights (Spain).  

Saturday 10th August

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    Open Door

    • Time: 2:30pm
    • Info: They say: Open Door are an independent Christian Music Group, with membership drawn from Churches in the Brecon area. Our aim is to bring new Christian Music to Churches and Chapels across the area. The numbers in the group vary from a duo to a nine piece band, playing music ranging from Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Hillsong, Rend Collective, Michael W Smith and many others, plus the occasional more traditional Hymn or Chorus with our own style!

Sunday 11th August

  • Big Sing

    Gymanfa Ganu (Big Hymn Sing)

    • Time: 6:00pm
    • Info: Gymanfa Ganu (Big Hymn Sing) at The Plough Chapel - everyone welcome.

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