If you've been to any of the author events organised by Craignish Bookworms you'll know they are always inspirational, entertaining and memorable. This fantastic Sunday programme will be no exception. To reserve your place, get in touch with Mandy (details on the poster). We look forward to seeing you!
Craignish Village Hall, 8pm
Based on the stories and characters Alan encountered growing up in the Hallglen area of Falkirk, where The Moira Monologues first premiered, Moira, her long-suffering pal Babs, her neighbour (Bawface), her laddies (they’re gid laddies, but they canny take their hash) and her wee dug Pepe, have left audiences all over the country weak with laughter.
Tickets £10 (£7.50 age 16-24, student, Young Scot)
Purchase online at Ticketsource HERE (booking fee applies)
Age 16+ advised. This performance contains strong language from the start and throughout, and is not suitable for younger audiences.
Doors open 7.00pm
Craignish Village Hall, 7.30pm
James Hickman was born in Shrewsbury Shropshire where he was raised on a diet of folk and bluegrass music. After music college, James travelled with his guitar to Ireland and then to Iceland. In Iceland he co-formed ‘The Dan Cassidy Swing Quartet’. James then returned to England where he began performing as a solo artist and formed the duo ‘Hickman and Quinn’.
Dan Cassidy grew up in a musical family in Maryland, USA. While touring professionally in the U.K. in the 1980’s, Dan was introduced to the music of Shetland fiddler Aly Bain, which sparked his keen interest in Celtic music and the U.K. folk scene. Dan has spent the last 15 years in Iceland as a successful session musician, and has been returning to the U.K regularly to perform with his own group, The Dan Cassidy Swing Quartet. He appears on several recordings of his sister, the late Eva Cassidy.
£9.00/£6.50 (under 24/student/Young Scot) on the door or online at TICKETSOURCE
6th February, 8pm, Craignish Village Hall
The show was part of the 2012 Made in Scotland Showcase enjoying a sold out run of performances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and featured on the BBC Culture Show. Within This Dust has toured internationally to New York City, Sao Paulo & Berlin.
“Thomas Small’s choreography, and the dancers’ excellent execution, make this a truly accessible introduction to contemporary dance”
★★★★ The Scotsman
“Falling Man is breath-taking”
★★★★★ Across The Arts
Tickets £10 (£8 student/under 24)
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12th February, 7.30pm, Craignish Village Hall
Scottish mezzo Heather Ireson, baritone Harry Thatcher, Samling Young Artist Tom Smith and Lucy Anderson, a Scottish Opera Emerging Artist 2018/19, form the wonderful British cast. Elizabeth Rowe (Opera Highlights 2017) returns as Music Director and Pianist.
Whether you are new to opera, or you are a seasoned fan, Opera Highlights offers a perfect evening's entertainment.
Tickets £12 (£5 under 25)
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