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Friday 16th March

Adam Sutherland Band 


'Trademark melodic touch...and gift for groove'
4**** The Scotsman

Winner of Composer of the Year at the Scots Trad Awards 2017

Widely recognised for his high energy, captivating performances

Doors 7.30pm, start 8.00pm
Tickets £12
Reservations by email to davidgilbert938@btinternet.com or by 'phone 01381 610204.

 

Adam Sutherland, (Treacherous Orchestra/Session A9/Croft No 5) is one of Scotland’s most singularly gifted fiddlers. Entering a new phase of creativity, Adam launched his much awaited second album 'Some other land' at Celtic Connections 2018. As with his first album Squall, acclaimed for novelty and experimentation, all tunes are self-penned and in this case mostly gleaned from dreams.

Adam has drawn together a genre-spanning quintet to showcase his all-new original compositions. Solidly under-pinned by John Paul Speirs and Iain Copeland on bass and drums, Adam's melodies are aided in texture and shape by John Somerville Music on accordion, Marc Clement on guitar and Hamish Napier Music on keys.

Sutherland's unique arrangements range from frenetic Scottish reels, through early 20th century jazz shapes to subtly Balkan diversions. This six-piece combine to deliver an evening of musicality that ranges from heart-warming to heart-rending, spine-tingling to spellbinding.


Wednesday, 4th April

Carina MacLeod, Comedian

 

Over 18s only

Doors open 7.30pm, 8.00pm start

Tickets £8 and £6 (for under 26's) 

Reservations by email to davidgilbert938@btinternet.com or by 'phone 01381 610204.

 

Having been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis in March 2017, Carina is taking us on her painfully funny journey of how it feels to live with an invisible, excruciating disability. At present, there is no cure and there is up to 72 symptoms. On top of that, she was diagnosed with a degenerative joint disease too. This is her story of how long it took to receive the correct diagnosis, and how she deals with the pain. Also, her introduction to “Fibro Facebook groups” and the fact that some people are quite happy to share their bowel movements on social media. Quite literally shits and giggles.

This show is to raise awareness of the debilitating illness in a humorous light.

Find out more about Carina here.

 


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Unless stated otherwise all events are BYOB with tea, coffee, and our famous home baking on sale in the interval.


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