Why Troubadour's Garden ?
Phil once ran a song-writing Workshop in the ruins of an old walled garden on the headland of Tintagel Castle in Cornwall. This place used to be a Troubadour's Garden in the middle ages. Trees , plants and furnishings would be brought up from the castle to temporarily adorn the garden, and musicians, poets and entertainers would come to perform there.
We liked this idea, as we perform in many different locations including festivals, dinner tables, camp fires, acoustic clubs, theatre's, village halls, galleries, Iron age hill forts ,woodlands and nature reserves to mention just a few.
we have played as Troubadour's Garden since 2009.