The local bookstore with a Global Conscience

Fiction, non-fiction, environment, poetry, history, mystery, biography, travel guides, children, young adult... and much, much more!

Wide selection of quality second-hand English paperbacks at reasonable prices. The most "dangerous" street in Budapest: good books and gourmet food

Important Notice about the future operation of Treehugger Dan's Bookstore

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Concert: Stuart Relph

stuart relphStuart Relph was born in Canterbury England, not taking a real interest in music until he was into his twenties. After learning to play the guitar songwriting soon followed.Read more »


Flamenco Concert with Nick Palmer (UK) and Attila Pozsgai (H)

Nick and Attila  play flamenco puro. Having worked in music together for the last ten years under their flamenco band name Forasteros, the duo will perform traditional and self-penned songs from the purist flamenco tradition. Attila sings in Spanish and Nick accompanies on guitar, though Attila is also a brilliant drummer and will show his skills on the cajon, a Latin drum, and Nick will also perform a selection of flamenco guitar solos. No dancer?Read more »


Marco Randria (Fr) and Gregory Zeigler (US), a.k.a. MC Marco Jackson VS. Gregory and the Zigomatics

Marco Randria (Fr) and Gregory Zeigler (US), a.k.a. MC Marco Jackson VS. Gregory and the ZigomaticsRead more »


Concert: Yan Yates (UK)

Thursday, July 14, 19:30-21:00 Concert: Yan Yates (UK). Yan Yates hails form small town in Northern England, beset with a dying mining industry. And that's why Teesside native Yan Yates took the plunge and took his acoustic singer-songwritery far down south, to London. He wasn't going to get too far in a mining town with a name like that.Read more »


Concert: The Poosta Ramblers

June 2, 19:30-21:00: Concert: The Poosta Ramblers. Budapest's only bona fide Americana ensemble, The Poosta Ramblers is an opportunity for our country and folk sides to have their day in the sun, and to enjoy someRead more »


Lucy és a trubadúrok/Lucy and the Troubadours

Thursday, May 26, 19:30-21:00 Lucy és a trubadúrok/Lucy and the Troubadours. Lucy Frankel moved from Leeds to Budapest in 2007, armed only with the Hungarian words for one, two, three and potato. She has lived and played music here since then, and can now count up to four, which is handy as there are four in the band; Lucy on violin and vocals, Décsi Attila on guitar, Kiss Gábor on drums and Resch Béla on double bass.Read more »


Flamenco Concert with Nick Palmer and Attila Pozsgai (UK/H)

Wednesday, May 18, 19:30-21:00 Flamenco Concert and Dance with Nick Palmer and Attila Pozsgai (UK/H). Updated information (read on!) Nick Palmer and Attila Pozsgai play flamenco puro. Having worked in music together for the last ten years under their flamenco band name Forasteros, the duo will perform traditional and self-penned songs from the purist flamenco tradition.Read more »


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