FOLK & WORLD MUSIC
pipers and percussionists with Kevin Mitchell‘s beautiful vocal style from l Ulster, now resident in Glasgow. Also a g performance from The McLaughlin School
of Irish Dancing.
I Seannachle Scotia Bar, Stockwell
Street, 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. ‘ Edinburgh-based instrumental and vocal ‘ Scots folk band. Glasgow Tryst.
TUESDAY 24 Glasgow
I Kevrenn Alre City Hall, Candleriggs. 7.30pm. £4 (£2.50). Glasgow Tryst. Ticket information see Sun 22. Magnificent Breton Folk Ensemble. see Mon 23. Support from instrumental and song duo Dave Francis and Haiti Campbell.
I East West Spealtout Scotia Bar.
l Stockwell Street, 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free.
. Wood Hall. Claremont Street. 8pm. £4
Glasgow Tryst. Edinburgh
I Edwin Morgan/Liz Lochhead/Pete IIardinl Assembly Rooms, George Street, 220 4328. 8.30pm. Tickets £5 (£3). In the Eurocafe. an evening ofpoetry interspersed with the biting songs of Hamilton‘s Nardini.
I Penlcuilt Folk Club Navaar Hotel. Penicuik. 8.15pm. Information on 0968 678 610. Singer and guitar player, ex-Swarbrick and Steeleye Marlin Garthy. The great English folk revival singer has been around since the 605, and rates a mention on the cover of Dylan‘s ﬁrst album.
I Odd Bodhran La Belle Angele, Hasties Close, behind 369 Gallery, 225 2774. 9.30pm—lam. Free. Session with the innovators ofTribal Trance. Bring a drum and leave your brain at home.
WEDNESDAY 25 ; Glasgow I Gathering Harps/Kevrenn Alre Henry
(£2.50). Glasgow Tryst Ticket information see Sun 22. Suite for Scottish, Irish and Breton harps with bass and percussion, composed by Savourna Stevenson with harpers Alne IIi DhuIIl and Dominig Buchaud. and Danny Thompson and Jim Sutherland. Kevrenn Alre are a 50—strong folk music and dance ensemble from Brittany.
I Williamson and Pincock Scotia Bar, Stockwell Street, 552 8681 . 8.30pm. Free. Dougie Pincock was for years piper with the Battleﬁeld Band. GlasgowTryst.
I Mary Dlaclt Queens Hall, Clerk Street. 8pm. £8. See Glasgow, Mon 23.
I Edinburgh Follt Club Cafe Royalc Upstairs, West Register Street, 557 4792. 8pm. £3 (£2). Original, stylish English singer/guitarist Pete Morton.
THURSDAY 26 Glasgow
I Star Folk Club Glasgow Society of Musicians, 73 Berkeley Street, beside Mitchell Theatre. 8pm. £2. The tremendous talent and repertoire of England‘s premier interpreter of traditional song Martin Darthy.
I Scotia Band Scotia Bar, Stockwell Street, 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Glasgow Tryst.
I Vonlca Assembly Rooms, George Street, 220 4328. Doors open 8pm. Tickets £6.50 (£4). Presented by Assembly Rooms and Heart Beat World Music. Strong ﬁddle-based ﬁve man outﬁt from Moravia in Czechoslovakia, also featuring the cimbalon or hammered dulcimer.
I Amnesty International Flesta Wilkic House, Cowgate, 650 8115. 8pm. £8(£6). 1 An evening on behalf ofthe campaign for ‘ a better understanding of the indigenous
concerts, other nights £1. Scottish Song
Clyde Street, 248 3144. Doors open 8pm, music at 9pm. £5.
2 I Robert Fish Band Assembly Rooms,
George Street, 220 4328. Doors open 8pm. Bar. Tickets £5 (£3). Monthly eeilidh
1 dance. Presented by Assembly Rooms
' and Gorgie/Dalry Adult Learning
' SATURDAY 28
i I ThISA Competitions Old Athenaeum
Traditional Singing and Instrumental
peoples of South America. With songwriter and guitarist Carlos Arredondo Ortiz, a talk by Honduran human rights lawyer Milton Danllo Jimlnez Puerto, Glasgow salsa band The Herman Batista Group and surprise guests Los Fabulous oamolnos.
I Guid Crack Club Tron Ceilidh House, Hunter Square. High Street. 7.30pm. Suggested donation £2. The monthly Storytelling Club presents a St Andrew‘s ceilidh hosted by Andrew Douglas.
I Shuggleniny La Belle Angele, Hasties Close, behind 369 Gallery, 225 2774. 9.30pm—lam. Free. Celtic music session. I rIItten Folk Club Dean Tavern, Newtongrange. £2 (£1). 8pm. Singaround.
FRIDAY 27 Glasgow
I Mt the Wa’ Ceilidh Henry Wood Hall, Claremont Street. 8pm. £4 (£2.50). Bar. Glasgow Tryst Ticket information see Sun 22. Bob Blair calls the dances till 1am.
I Scotia Session Scotia Bar, Stockwell Street, 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Glasgow
I Catfish Keith Centre for Contemporary Arts, 346 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521. 8pm. £5 (£4). CCA blues nights. American country bluesman with a sense of humour and a ﬁne style on acoustic and National steel guitars. See Rock listings. I Rowantree Folk Club Rowantree Inn, Old Mill Road, Uddingston. 9pm. £2
Competition. I Ceilidh Dance Riverside, Fox Street, off
I Ferry Ceilidh The Ferry, Clyde Place. 8.30pm. Bar. Live bands on board.
Theatre, Buchanan Street. 1pm.
THE EARLY EARLY CHRISTMAS PARTY with Irish Folk Music from The Davy Spillane Band 1 on Friday 4th December '92 l
8pm-2am T Tickets £4 from
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GLASGOW — A CELEBRATION OF ryst SCOTTISH TRADlTlONAL A MUSIC, LANGUAGE, SONG AND DANCE. 22 - 30 November
The Kevrenn-Alre ensemble from Brittany, Sean Nos singing from Eire. "Gathering Harps" premier from Savourna Stevenson, The Gaugers, Dave Francis, Mairi Campbell and Old Blind Dogs plus the ever popular series of Concerts, Ceilidhs, competitions and workshops. TICKETLINK 2 NOV: 041 227 5511
Competitors 50p. Audience £1. The Traditional Music and Song Association of 1 Scotland hold competitions at some of the 1 folk festivals over the year. Today
Pairs. Glasgow Tryst.
I Ionrovlans Babbity Bowster, Blackfriars Street. 1.30pm. Free. Glasgow Tryst. I Scotia Folk Scotia Bar, Stockwell Street, 5528681. 3.30pm. Free. GlasgowTryst. The ethnoelectropop duo Tonight at Noon. I Aberdeen Concert/Ceilidh Henry Wood ! Hall, Claremont Street. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Glasgow Tryst Ticket information see Sun 22. Radio dance bandsman Robbie
Shepherd introduces admired traditional trio The Gaugers in a show/performance
titled The Fighting Scot, with narrator Les Wheeler and whistle player Scott Williams. Dancing 10pm till 1am with the Old Blind 0°98
I Scotia Session Scotia Bar, Stockwell
Street, 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Glasgow Tryst.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside, Fox Street, off Clyde Street, 248 3144. Doors open 8pm, music by the Kelvin Ceilidh Band at 9pm. £4.
SUNDAY 29 Glasgow
I The Babbity band Babbity Bowster Blackfn'ars Street. 8.30pm. Free. Glasgow
I Scotia Session Scotia Bar, Stockwell Street, 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Glasgow Tryst. f
20 - 22 NOVEMBER
The WOMEN MAK MERRY festival provides a platform for female talent. ATHENAEUM THEATRE 20 November at 7.30pm Libby MeArthur, Lorraine Jordan and PALAVER MARYHILL COMMUNITY HALLS 21 November from 10am “' FREE CRECHE “ STALLS *
* WORKSHOPS "‘ EXHIBITION "‘
"' HAPPENINGS "‘ CONCERT "‘
“' CAFE * BAR “‘
CEILIDH COLLECTIVE 7 .30pm 'til late TICKETLINK
and at the door from 2 Nov: 041 227 5511
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