~“‘ edankm f a Venue 4 Caledonian Brewery, Slateford Road THREE WEEKENDS OF SCOTTISH AND IRISH MUSIC AND DANCE WEEKENQJ. FI'I 20th COELBEG W s ~ s 1 r r 1 8pm - Midnight £5 A( I“ l5 I‘I(., VI llhl( I ( [11‘ T“ In Sat 21st CEIUDH WITH WILD CIGARILLOS three venues two bars one restaurant AND CE|L|DH COLLECTIVE eight ceilidh dances folk music and song 7pm - Midnight £4.50 piping drama roots/world music . I .b . . ed Sun 22nd FOLK CONCERT FEATURING THE WRIGLEY poetry jazz ex n Ition com y SISTERS SUEMAS EAND OTHERS informal music and song sessions record stall 8pm _ Mid’night In 1992 over 60 different performing companies gave about 350 performances which were seen by SKUOBHIE DUBH ORCHESTRA almost 20 000 people during the three weeks of Satzeth ALTAN AMC activities at the time of the Edinburgh Sun 29th CEOLBEG Festival Fringe. The I'crack" was immense! M 'llbb kth' Wh t" th ? ‘5 :Il‘a any W' e “C '5 Yea"- Y “0 10'" em FOUR MEN AND A DOG, ROBERT FISH BAND, SHOOGLENIFTY. IRON HORSE 1 3 - SEPTEMBER 4 [993 PLUS SEANNACHIE, PALAVER, KIERAN HALPEN, BOBBY EAGLESHAM VCRUC at Chambers Street, (adjacent to the Festival Club . for Information caII 031-220 2462 TICKETS AND INFO TRON TAVERN 031 220 1550 between midday and midnight throughout the Festival ACOUSTIC MUSIC CENTRE, FESTIVAL FRINGE OFFICE

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ALY BAIN (Shetland), fiddle ; ,z ' l . CATHAL McCONNELI. (Ireland), flute, whistle, song

f " ' DAVE RICHARDSON (Northumberland), concertina, mandoline, cittern, button accordion CHRISTY O'LEARY (Ireland) uillean pipes, whistle, song ' JOHN COAKLEY (Ireland), guitar, piano, fiddle


BOYS OF THE LOLIGH Aly Bain leads worldclass Edinburgh band ’5 annual Celtic music feast! Virtuoso Donegal guests Dermot McLaughlin (fiddle) and Dermot Byrne (accordion)!

The QUEEN’S HALL CLERK STREET, EDINBURGH 27, 28 8: 29th August 1993 7-30pm (9.30) Tickets at £7.50 (£6.50 concession)

from Fringe Box Office - 226 5138 and Queen’s Hall Box Office - 668 2019 promoted by Boys of the Lough l

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