Give your lunchtime break that bit extra as we welcome you back to enjoy the start of the Gaelic Concerts Season, Tea & Tunes, in the Marryat Hall. The series begins with Catherine Tinney Wednesday 27 October, 1pm-2pm
Catherine is a Gaelic singer from the Isle of Skye where she was immersed in Gaelic culture and traditional music from an early age and a Young Traditional Musician Competition Finalist in 2019. She is joined by traditional musician from the Hebrides, Hamish Macleod.
Supported by Bòrd na Gàidhlig Gaelic Concerts, Tea & Tunes will give audiences an opportunity to hear and enjoy Gaelic Music & Song.
The series continues with:
- Kaitlin Ross & Catriona Hawksworth (voice & piano) -10 November 2021
- Josie Duncan & Owen Sinclair (voice & guitar) - 8 December 2021
Time: 1pm-2pm Ticket price £5 includes tea/coffee.
Eventbrite: Tea & Tunes
In line with government guidance, the maximum capacity for this event is limited to 40 people.
All attendees must purchase tickets by Eventbrite to gain access and entry will be via the Marryat Hall door.
Please wear a face mask, sanitise your hands on entry/exit,
Please check-in on entry to the NHS Scotland Test and Protect app- QR code available and option to manually provide details to staff