CELLAR BAR Rutland Place, Edinburgh 031 229 3402
Live Folk Music in L'Attache
9.30pm - 12.30am
Sunday 17 Muckle Ado
Monday 18 North Sea Gas
Tuesday 19 Eat the Seats
Wednesday 20 Zydeco
Thursday 21 Malin Head
Sunday 24 Live group
Monday 25 Absent Friends
Tuesday 26 Eat the Seats
Wednesday 27 Zydeco
Thursday 28 Dab Hand
I Strathaven Folk Festival Danny Kyle. Tich Frier, Loupin Larry and the Rancid Buffalos, Cruachan. Information 0357 20361.
I Deal Heights Calun Aces Arches Cafe Bar, Glasgow's Glasgow, Midland Street, offJamaica Street, 204 3993. 10pm. £3. Two nights in a row for the very popular Scots outfit with the hot accordion—based dance sounds of Louisiana.
I Glasgow Mod Woodside Secondary
School. Woodside. 7.30pm. Glasgow local -
Mod, the warm up for the National Mod in the city 12—19 October, starts off tonight with the piping competitions. See Sat 16. I Ceilidh Club Dance Henry Wood Hall. Claremont Street. 9pm—2am. £3. Late Bar. With the Claymore Ceilidh Band. Tickets and information 339 4311/2534 0021.
I ﬂowantree Folk Club Rowantree Inn. By Uddingston Cross, Uddingston. 941.45pm. £1.50. Singaround.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside, Fox Street. off Clyde Street, 248 3144. 9pm. £3. Always busy.
I Calders Ceilidh Calders Community Centre, Calders Park. 7.30pm. £2.50(£2). With the Portobello Ceilidh Band and comedy/cabaret from the Height 0' Nonsense and local support. Spring Fling I West End Hotel Palmerston Place. 9pm. Free. Gael‘s bar. Accordion and guitar.
I Royal Oak Infirmary Street. 9pm till late. Free. Alan Hunter.
I Strathaven Folk Festival Sessions plus Danny Kyle, Martin Carter, Humpff Family. Information 0357 20361 .
I Glasgow Mod Woodside Secondary School, Woodside. 9am onwards. Gaelic song. solo and choir competitions. See Fri 15.
I Glasgow Mod Ceilidh Dance Volunteer Hall, Elmbank Street. 7.30pm. £2.50. Prizewinners and guests followed by a dance band. See Fri 15.
I Pipe Band Spectacular Bellahouston Park. 1pm. Free. Pipe bands ofthe Royal Scots. Royal Highland Fusiliers. Black Watch. Queens Own Highlanders. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Brigade of Gurkhas, Princess Mary‘s Own Gurkha Riﬂes. Strathclyde Police. City of Glasgow and Queen Victoria School.
I Deal Heights Caiun Aces Arches Cafe Bar, Glasgow’s Glasgow. Midland Street. offJamaica Street. 204 3993. 10pm. £3. Second night for the very popular Scots outfit bringing the hot rock accordion—based dance sounds of Louisiana.
I McGinn ol the Calton/Ceilidh Easterhouse Community Centre. Shandwick Street. 7.30pm. £1.50(£1). Bar (over21). Homage to Glasgow‘s famous songwriter and man of the people. by Stramash. a fine six-piece group of traditional singers. story tellers and instrumentalists. Easterhouse Feis.
I lrish Festival George Square. I—3pm. Free. Two—week long Irish Festival opened by the Lord Provost. Music and dance includes Donegal band Ranalast.
I Concert and Ceilidh Maryhill Community Centre. Maryhill Road. 8pm. £2.50 (£1 .50). Musicians from the Glasgow branch of Comhaltas. the world-wide Irish Traditional Music
association, and nanalast from Donegal. Irish Festival
I West Coast Band Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. Free. Session in the bar. Afternoon.
I Scotia Folk Scotia Bar, 112 Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Live music.
I Hellan Jessie’s 374 Gallowgate. Evening. Free. Live group.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street, off Clyde Street. 248 3144. 9.30pm. £3. Busy weekly dance.
I Drama and the Folk tradition Netherbow Arts Centre, 43 High Street. 2—4pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Rideout Theatre. see The Carlin Moth in theatre listings, offer a drama workshop for adults exploring the relationship between balladry, the supernatural and drama.
I Folk Night Netherbow Arts Centre, 43 High Street. 8.30pm. £3 (£2). Andy Hunter is a small pipe player and very ﬁne ballad singer, schooled at the knee ofJeannie Robertson. Radio presenter from the north east, Frieda Morrison hasjust released her first album of songs. Fretted instrument player Nigel Porteous used to play jazz in Hong Kong. but here sticks to the traditional. while brother Lindsay Porteous knocks a tune out of a few different instruments. Spring Fling
I Spring Fling Ceilidh St Brides, Orwell Terrace, Dairy Road. Haymarket, 346 1405. 7.30pm—midnight. £4 (£2). Bar and snacks. Guest performers and dance music from the Robert Fish Ceilidh Band. Spring Fling
I The Final Fling Assembly Rooms. George Street. 9pm—1am. £3. Mix of music. comedy and dance. Includes comedians The Funny Farm. 3 ﬂamenco group and the Spring Fling Ceilidh Band. Spring Fling
I Gaudi Shore Bar. The Shore, Leith. 9pm. Free. Organic music on fiddle and mandolin from a subset ofMiro.
I West End Hotel Palmerston Place. 9pm. Free. Accordion/fiddle/guitar in the Highlander's favourite bar.
I Royal Oak Infirmary Street. 9pm till late. Free. Alan Hunter.
I Strathaven Folk Festival Afternoon sessions. Information 0357 20361 .
I Pier Lights Arches Cafe Bar. Glasgow‘s Glasgow. Midland Street. offJamaica Street. 204 3993. 9pm—midnight. Three guys. one on vocals and guitar and the others on a mix of fiddle. pipes, whistles. bouzouki. mandoline and percussion.
I Irish Festival Sports and Family Day Pearse Park. Cambuslang Road. Cambuslang. Noon. £1 .50. Children free. Gaelic football. tug-o-war. games. set dancing. step dancing and music from Dublin City Ramblers and Ranalast.
I Dance County Inn. Cambuslang. 9pm. £7 (£6). Dublin City Ramblers and Fiddlers Green.
I Singaround Riverside. Fox Street. off Clyde Street. 248 3144. 2—4pm. Free. Regular session.
Il Youngs Music Club Leamington Terrace. 9pm. £1.50. Info 447 6187. From Kentucky, a wide-ranging repertoire accompanied on guitar and Appalachian dulcimer by Anne MacFle. ll Music at L'Attache Basement of Rutland Hotel. West End of Princes Street. 0.30pm—1230am. Free. Muckle Ado. 'I Absent Friends Fairmilc Inn. Fairmilehead. 8.30pm. Free. Two singers tn this electric folk band. I Royal Oak Infirmary Street. 9pm till late. Free. Wry songwriting skills from singer and melodeon player Nancy Nicholson.
I Travelling Folk BBC Radio Scotland. 8—9pm. Archie Fisher and Danny Kyle present records. news and live recordings.
I Poetry and Music Session Sharkey‘s Bar. Gorbals. 9pm. Free. Musicians from Comhaltas and writer and well-known character Freddie Anderson. Irish Festival I Porters Music Porters Lounge Bar. 292 Sauchiehall Street. 8pm—midnight. Free. Music/ceilidh with Clach-na Cudden.
I Linlithgow Folk Club Black Bitch Tavern. West Port. Linlithgow. 8pm. Songsin Scots. accompanied by clean guitar. and a fine style of Scottish marches and airs on the mouth organ. from Norman Stewart.
I Georgian State Dance Company Playhouse Theatre. Greensidc Place. 557 2590. 7.30pm. £13.50. £1 1 .50. £9.50. £7.50. Acrobatics and colourful costume from the Soviet Union.
I Rod Paterson St James Oyster Bar. Calton Road. 9pm. Free. Scots and self—penned songs from tremendous singer/guitarist.
I Fiddlers Arms Grassmarket. 9—1 1pm. Free. Scottish tunes on accordion. whistle and fiddle.
I The Green Tree Cowgate. Evening. Free. Busy session. usually fiddles. guitar. flute and pipes till 12.30am.
I Folk At L’Attache L'Attache, basement of Rutland Hotel. West End of Princes Street. 9pm. Free. North Sea Gas. folk entertainers.
TUESDAY 19 Glasgow
I Paisley Arts Follt Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. 887 1010. 8pm. lan Walker. plays and sings.
I Club Mhor Merlin. 168 Morningside Road. 4474329. 8pm. £1 .50(£1 members). Tickets on the door. Acoustic music venue has weekly concert with support performers. This week‘s main band is Muckle Ado. in a ceilidh dance night.
I Georgian State Dance Company Playhouse Theatre. Grecnside Place. 557 2590. 7.30pm. £13.50. £1 1 .50.£9.50. £7.50. Acrobatics and colourful costume from the Soviet Union.
I Famous Other Band Bannerman‘s Bar. Cowgatc. 9pm. Free.
I L'Attache Basement of Rutland Hotel. West End. 9pm. Free. New wave ceilidh jazz band Eat the Seats.
I Milnes Bar Music Hanover Street. 830—] 1pm. Free. Songs. guitar and banjo from Jill Bowman and Jock Brown.
WEDNESDAY 20 Glasgow
I Svinurai Cumbernauld Theatre. Cumbernauld. 2pm and 7pm. £2. Part workshop. part concert by these seven young musicians from Zimbabwe. Part of Cumbernauld's series of children‘s events titled Just Kidding.
I Ballad Night Clyde Halls. 3 l 8 Clyde Street. 8pm. Ticket £3 (includes food). lrtsh Festival
I Ciachnacudden The Casbah. Easterhouse. 8pm. Free. Glasgow Irish song and ceilidh band. Easterhouse Feis. I ZDth Century Music Club City Lights. Clyde Street. 204 3329. Singer/songwriter club. All welcome. Pass-the-hat admission. Free drinks to performers. Must be own material.
I Folk Session Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. 332 1210. Evening. Free. Instrumental music on fiddle. accordion etc.
I Scotia Folk Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Live music.
“The List 15—28June I990