Brother Pit + Lucy Grubb

‘Acoustic Americana from the Wild, Wild East’

Fundraising Event for Norwich Puppet Theatre

Join us for a musical night of ‘Acoustic Americana from the wild, wild East’!

Brother Pit is an eight-piece string-band based in Norwich playing an eclectic and light-hearted mix of traditional American, Irish and South American songs, more recent folk/rock classics, and original songs in a similar vein written by several members of the band. The set list might include covers of tunes by Woodie Guthrie, Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell, Neil Young, Steve Earl, The Pogues, The Waterboys, Tim Hardin, The Doobie Brothers, The Clash and many more. With four of the band taking turns on lead vocals, and everyone pitching in on harmonies, expect a big sound and a varied and engaging show.

Lucy Grubb is a singer/songwriter from Norfolk weaving her own way onto the British Americana scene. After years of honing her craft at festivals such as Cambridge Folk Festival, Manchester Folk Festival, Black Deer Festival, Glastonbury and more, 2023 saw Grubb showcase at the inaugural Your Roots are Showing Folk Conference in Ireland and completed a highly successful UK songwriters tour with fellow musicians Annie Dressner, Luke James-Williams and Dan Wilde.

‘For a young lady from the Flatlands of East Anglia she sure can write and sing a Hill Country song worthy of Alison Krauss or even Emmylou Harris.’ – Rocking Magpie


Further information about BrotherPit + Lucy Grubb

Doors open 7.30pm

Music starts 8pm

Running time approx 2 hrs 30 mins including an interval

This is a fundraising event for Norwich Puppet Theatre. All proceeds from this event will go back in to Norwich Puppet Theatre continuing to run our amazing venue, working with the local community and producing more wonderful creative works.

Additional Access

The production will have unreserved seating. Please note that there is a flight of stairs to get into the auditorium. If you require the front accessible row or step-free access, please book our Accessible Seats, or phone the Theatre to book on 01603 629921.



All proceeds from this event go to Norwich Puppet Theatre, registered charity 271041


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