Pleasure Garden Productions is run by Denise and Chris Rogers and organises and promotes selected music events and entertainment in and around Bath in support of local charities and worthy causes.
The Opera at Widcombe Manor in June and the Pleasure Garden Festival at Lyncombe Court in July are our two signature events and they always sell out well in advance. Please join our mailing list to be sure of getting the chance to buy tickets before they all go! http://eepurl.com/b3JC8X
Charity Opera at Widcombe Manor - Sunday 18th June 2017
Denise presents a cheque for £2,695 to Hilary Long of Genesis Trust, being proceeds from the Bath Opera production of Rigoletto at Widcombe Manor on Sunday 18th June - the warmest day of the year! Many thanks once again to Chris & Monique Bamford for allowing us to stage the production in the grounds of the Manor.
Smallfy at Chapel Arts - Saturday 6th May
Smallfry supported The Rhythm Coalition in a fundraising concert for JDRF, improving the lives of diabetes sufferers. Total raised on the night: £1,150!
Rarely a spare seat in the house at the Sessions! We were asked by a member of the audience "Is the standard of music always as good as this?" The answer is, yes, of course!
The Binderos at May's Sessions.
January 2017 - Announcing: The Rec House Sessions
We're delighted to be supporting a new and exciting monthly live music event in Bath. The first session is on Thursday 26th January and features country/folk band Smallfry. More details in the flyer below and at www.facebook.com/rechousesessionstwerton.
September 2016 - Upton Cheyney Chilli Festival
Smallfry had a blast at the 8th Upton Cheyney Festival on Sunday 4th September, playing in support of the newly-formed charity Bath Welcomes Refugees.
July 2016 - Pleasure Garden Festival
The inaugural Pleasure Garden Festival which took place on Saturday 23rd July was completely sold out - thank you to everyone who came, and to the bands and volunteers who helped make it such a success. Visit https://www.facebook.com/LyncombeCourt for some videos and lots more photos.
We're delighted to report that the performance of Madame Butterfly at Widcombe Manor in June raised £2,000 for the Forever Friends Appeal. Many thanks to all those who supported this event by buying tickets and/or volunteering to help. The money will help build the new cancer centre at the Royal United Hospital.
Pleasure Garden Productions is pleased to support these worthy causes: