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Acoustic Club: Polly Gone Wrong

Three hardy and feisty lasses singing original songs baked with folk and blues, elements of playful obscurity and close harmonies. Lively, rhythmical and at times, positively bizarre...
 
“Spine tingling close harmonies acapella”
 
 
“Polly Gone Wrong, you smashed, rocked and blew us away with your powerful soulful voices. You bombastic beauties..stunning sound sirens."

Polly Gone Wrong will be supported by Lucy Bernardez

Book your tickets to see Acoustic Club: Polly Gone Wrong at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham now! 

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