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The Rolling Hills Folk Club in October 2014 celebrated its eighth birthday. You’ll find them just by Melrose in the Scottish Borders. They meet on the first and third Fridays of the month, in the beautiful Smith Memorial Hall, in the village of Darnick just outside Melrose. Join them either to listen or to participate.
Hosts regular nights (Fridays and Saturdays) at the Salmon Bothy in Portsoy (birthplace of the legendary Jimmy McBeath) and also organises an annual festival (The Haal) in May.
Meets weekly on Thursdays at the Tolbooth Tavern, Tolbooth St, Falkirk, FK1 1NL. Also promotes the ‘Feast of Folk’ at the annual Falkirk Tryst Festival in May.
The club meets weekly (Wednesday evening) for most of the year in the Pleasance Cabaret Bar, Edinburgh
Meets the first Saturday of the month except January, June July and August. Presents a mixture of established and emerging artistes. Situated in the delightfull village of Craigie by Kilmarnock, Contact Dave on 07765573240 or Lorna on 07899978736 for further information and to book tickets.
Meets the last Tuesday of every month, presenting well-established professional (or semi-professional) artistes, and providing a wide selection of talent so that there is always something for everyone’s particular taste in folk music. Situated on the western edge of Edinburgh.
Folk and acoustic music club established 1986 with around 11 guest artistes and 12 singers' nights each year
DAMC are a vibrant new club bringing touring acoustic bands to Dundee to perform in various venues at our twice-monthly concerts, normally featuring local support acts. Check out their website to see who is on.