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    Marc with a Sea
    The band that two Covid lockdowns, personnel changes and the Rozelle interchange fiasco couldn’t stop ... Marc with a Sea are bringing the indie guitar rock vibes to Petersham bowlo following the recent launch of their ‘Modern Age’ ep.

    Glen & Glenda
    Glen & Glenda are an acoustic folk/pop duo from Sydney. They’ve been playing local venues and small bars across the city for the past 10 years. Glen & Glenda's original material is a mixture of folk and acoustic pop along the lines of Nancy Sinatra, Cat Power, She and Him and Jackie DeShannon just to name a few. They released their debut album Dupain in 2017 and their second album Bohemia in 2022.

    Charlie Silky-Oak
    “Charlie Silky-Oak” is an alias created by Simon Li {a HK born / Melb. bred / Sydney-based musician/performer} as an alternate nom de plume to perform non-original material, by key artists / bands whose music has shaped to varying degrees Simon’s previously released mostly original folk/alt. country material between 2009-2017. Aided and abetted by "The Maple Roses", Charlie Silky-Oak released 'Songs we sing, tales we tell' in 2021.

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    This is an 18+ Show.

    Getting to The PBC! Access to the club and main stage is via 12 stairs at the front of the venue. We are not wheelchair accessible currently but we are working on it! There is free, untimed parking on the avenue and Brighton Street and drop off / pick up is available via our driveway.

    Access to the green room / downstairs stage is via 15 stairs down onto the ground level. If you have special access needs please email or call us ahead of time and we will do our best to plan with you and help you into the club.

    The Petersham Bowling Club acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which this show takes place and pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and emerging and extend those respects to the First Nations peoples of NSW and beyond.


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