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Comedy Night with Award Winner Gary Meikle


A comedy night in aid of the Eve Fose Foundation. Presenting Gary Meikle, award winning scottish comedian.

Venue:
Banff
Deveronside Social Club , Tannery Street Banff

When:
Sat, 23 Feb 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Robin McAlpine


Yes 2 Ellon and #ScotRef Peterhead are very chuffed to welcome Robin McAlpine to the Station Hotel in Ellon. Robin is the Director of the Common Weal think-tank. "I started out as a journalist and over the last 20 years have worked in political media relations, parliamentary relations, publishing and policy development. I was very deeply involved in the referendum campaign and my eyes were opened to what a truly participatory democracy would look like." As there's been so much political upheaval recently (and likely to be more in the next few weeks!) we're not going to tell you what he's likely to speak about. Rest assured, he's always up to the minute with current affairs and it'll be an entertaining night. We're not charging an entry fee as we know you'll be generous with donations in advance or on the door. Please book your tickets in advance though, as this will help us with organising.

Venue:
Station Hotel
Station Brae Aberdeenshire

When:
Tue, 12 Feb 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Comedy Night


Join us at the Devronside Social Club for an evening of endless laughter and live stand up comedy, will contain adult humour, hosted by Breakneck Comedy.  

Venue:
Deveronside Community Social Club
3 Duncan Street Banff

When:
Fri, 15 Mar 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arc Sessions: GARY INNES BAND


Highland born accordionist and MG Alba Scots Trad Awards ‘Instrumentalist of the Year’ winner, Gary Innes has been performing and composing music for over 16 years. Born in the village of Spean Bridge in the North of Scotland, Gary is one of the founding members of award-winning Scottish super-group Mànran, He picked up an accordion for the first time at the age of 8 and has never looked back. Gary released his first solo album How’s the Craic in 2005 and more recently his second solo album ERA was launched at Celtic Connections 2017 to great critical acclaim, with Tim Carroll writing “ERA is more than one man’s reflection, it’s a view into the world of a master at work.” Gary has also recorded three albums with his current band Mànran, as well as albums with Ewan Robertson and all-accordion group Box Club. Gary has performed in over 30 countries worldwide. Adding another string to his bow, Gary began presenting the longest running radio show on BBC Radio Scotland – the world renowned Take the Floor, taking over from the legendary Dr Robbie Shepherd MBE in 2016. It’s little wonder BBC Radio 2’s Mark Radcliffe has described him as being “a Jack of all trades and a master of all.” Gary is an ex-Scottish Shinty captain and Internationalist and has won the Camanachd Cup final with his team Fort William on no less than 5 occasions. During his Shinty career Gary is one of the very few players to hold every senior medal within the game. Having retired in 2014, Gary is still involved within the sport and covers the live televised games for the BBC from the warmth of the commentary box. For over 15 years Gary was also an auxiliary fire fighter for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and still volunteers as a First Responder in his home village of Spean Bridge.

Venue:
Fochabers Public Institute
15 High Street Fochabers

When:
Sat, 23 Feb 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arc Sessions: SALTFISHFORTY


Saltfishforty are a fresh and dynamic duo hailing from the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. Douglas Montgomery (fiddle/viola) and Brian Cromarty (songs/guitar/mandola) combine the rich traditional music of Orkney with original compositions. The powerhouse partnership have won a devoted following throughout the UK and beyond, brilliantly transcending the duo format’s conventional confines. Linchpin figures in the currently flourishing revival of Orkney’s traditional music, they unite these deep rooted sources with an exhilarating breadth of influence and expertise, catalysed by a creative empathy born from decades of friendship. The result is a sound of equally thrilling raw attack and multi-dimensional richness. Saltfishforty have delighted audiences at many of the world’s top folk festivals including Celtic Connections, Cambridge, HebCelt, Shetland, Lorient in Brittany and Canada’s Celtic Colours, aswell as touring to the US and throughout Europe. Their focus on Orkney music takes in traditional, contemporary and original material, boldly cross fertilised with influences from Americana to East European folk, plus a high octane whiff of heavy metal.

Venue:
Fochabers Public Institute
15 High Street Fochabers

When:
Sat, 30 Mar 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arc Sessions: JAMES ALEXANDER & FRIENDS



Venue:
Fochabers Public Institute
15 High Street Fochabers

When:
Fri, 25 Oct 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arc Sessions: JAMES ALEXANDER & FRIENDS



Venue:
Fochabers Public Institute
15 High Street Fochabers

When:
Sat, 26 Oct 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arc Sessions: TRAIL WEST


‘From the Sea to the City’ is the latest album from Trail West, a band leading the thriving scene of Gaels in the city of Glasgow. Having started out as a four-piece line-up with strong links to the Hebridean Isles of Tiree and South Uist, they have now added further firepower to their line-up with Jonathan Gillespie from Glasgow on keyboard and vocals along with Allan J Nairn from Ardnamurchan on electric guitar.  ‘From the Sea to the City’ refers to the journey that many Gaels have to take at some point in their life, moving from their homes by the sea to the city, to pursue further educational and working opportunities. The album is a broad mix from various genres, representing the numerous influences that Trail West have had from both their rural and city upbringings. The album follows on from their last release, which highlighted a key development in the band's outlook, with a wide selection of songs becoming an integral part of the band's repertoire alongside the recognisable accordion and whistle combination of Seonaidh MacIntyre and Ian Smith. Now with the added talent of Jonathan Gillespie leading three of the songs alongside Seonaidh MacIntyre’s familiar vocals in both English and Gaelic, this album delivers a polished quality to the band’s sound yet with total appreciation for the tradition they are inspired from.

Venue:
Fochabers Public Institute
15 High Street Fochabers

When:
Sat, 7 Dec 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arc Sessions: SKERRYVORE


Twice winners of Scotland’s Traditional Music ‘Live Act of the Year’ Award (2016 & 2011), SKERRYVORE have been on a meteoric journey that has taken them from the remote Isle of Tiree on to International tours that have included performances in Central Park NYC, The Ryder Cup Louisville and the Shanghai Expo, China.SKERRYVORE create a unique fusion of folk, trad, rock and Americana that represents all the different personalities and upbringing of the 8 band members who hail from different regions of Scotland. Formed in 2005, the band marked their 10th anniversary in 2015 with a ‘Decade’ concert at Mossfield Stadium, Oban. After selling 3,000 tickets in ninety minutes, the capacity was increased and 6,000 visitors from all over the world enjoyed SKERRYVORE, joined by a host of guests including Dougie MacLean and legendary Irish musician Sharon Shannon. The success of the Decade concert led to the creation of the band’s own annual festival, Oban Live that has now attracted over 10,000 attendees to enjoy international acts including KT Tunstall, We Banjo 3, Julie Fowlis and Capercaillie alongside SKERRYVORE. 2017 saw the release of the single Live Forever that provided the soundtrack for the Scottish tourism promotional campaign ‘Wild About Argyll’ and saw the single hit No.1 in the iTunes World Music chart. This was followed by the launch of the Live Forever Tour that has the band performing over 70 shows in the UK, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Netherlands and the United States. 2018 will bring the release of SKERRYVORE’s 6th studio album accompanied by a global tour that will include a headline performance at the legendary Tonder Festival, Denmark.

Venue:
Fochabers Public Institute
15 High Street Fochabers

When:
Fri, 3 May 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arc Sessions: DOUGIE MACLEAN


Dougie MacLean has built an international reputation as songwriter, composer and extraordinary performer on his own terms. This talent has taken his performance to concerts and festivals all over the world and to the stages of Carnegie Hall in New York, London’s Festival Theatre and the Sydney Opera House. Other appearances of note include sharing the stage with Lou Reed and Eddi Reader in the grounds of Culzean Castle at the Burns and A’ That festival, featuring on the BBC Hogmanay programme from Edinburgh Castle with James Taylor and sharing the bill with the legendary Mavis Staples at Glasgow‘s Royal Concert Hall. His songs have been covered by hosts of artists including Scottish stars Paolo Nutini & Amy MacDonald, Irish greats Ronan Keating, Mary & Frances Black, Dolores Keane, Deanta and Cara Dillon, and Grammy award winning US country singer Kathy Mattea. His anthem Caledonia has topped the Scottish charts and become one of Scotland’s most popular contemporary songs. His music has been used in Hollywood films (eg Last of the Mohicans), TV Drama (eg BBC’s A Mugs Game) and he has been the subject of three BBC TV Specials (The Land - Songs of Dougie MacLean, SongRoads and Clann na Mara - Children of the Sea). Dougie was awarded an OBE in the New Years Honors list in recognition of his services to music and charity. He has also recently received two prestigious Tartan Cleff Awards, been inducted into the Scottish Music Hall of Fame and given a Lifetime Achievement Award by the BBC. Dougie’s own 10 day Perthshire Amber Festival, now it it’s ninth year, was described by US magazine Sing Out as “The most original acoustic music festival in Scotland today”. Through the festival he shares his inspiring music, celebrates the history and culture of his Perthshire home and showcases it’s beautiful scenery. The concerts, which are staged in a variety of wonderful venues, welcome high calibre musical guests from Scotland and abroad. “Strong yet subtle, hauntingly evocative yet contemporary in feel, this music demands listening to over and over again.” “..a Scottish phenomenon... with his exquisite guitar style, expressive voice and honest performance, his songs conjure up remarkably vivid imagery of our world.”(The Performing Songwriter, USA) “..a musical hero.”(Wall Street Journal, USA)

Venue:
Fochabers Public Institute
15 High Street Fochabers

When:
Sat, 22 Jun 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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