A radical theatrical fusion enacting the poems and songs of Hamish Henderson; a visual, choral and dramatic movement, lyrical and declamatory, personal and political. The piece...More
Following their Celtic Connections performance at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall in January, Ireland's Connla arrive in Edinburgh riding a wave of acclaim. Winners of Best New...More
Kaela Rowan presents songs from her critically acclaimed 2016 release The Fruited Thorn, accompanied by her band James Mackintosh (Shooglenifty, String Sisters, Grit Orchestra)...More
This concept project, devised by Géza Frank & Jean Damei, aims to create a new sort of music, fusing the group's eclectic compositional styles with astrophysical and...More
Bring in the May flooers with weel-kent performers, including songwriter Karine Polwart reuniting with her old Malinky bandmate Steve Byrne for a one-off duet, fiddler...More
Scottish music and dance every Tuesday featuring Edinburgh's top ceilidh bands Facebook | TwitterA booking fee of £1 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings. No...More
One of the most thrilling forces in the international folk music scene; heavily rooted in traditional Irish music, but with hugely diverse backgrounds. Calling on their mixed...More
Born on Tyneside and brought up in a pub on the famous Scotswood Road, Tom McConville first experienced traditional singing and fiddle music with the bar's clientele, drawn from...More
After years of hiding, Fourth Moon are finally here! And with a killer - albeit unorthodox - line up of musicians, comprising members from Talisk, Ímar, HOLiDAY ON iO and Event...More
Rarely will you hear such beautiful American roots music so perfectly performed. Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee have found themselves in the premier league, gaining a reputation...More
Steven Blake, Adam Brown, David Foley, Jack Badcock and Jack Smedley’s powerful instrumentals and haunting song craft have impressed at many leading folk festivals –...More
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