I Jenny Storm Scotia Bar. Stockwell

& Street. 552 868i. 8.30pm. Free. Edinburgh

I Edinburgh Folk Club I’leasance Cabaret

Bar. 60 The Pleasance. 8pm. £4 (£3). Highly talented. and energetic blues-

nates "sud mow an [of “8.0" shows: orientated Scots exile. veteran club see separate 38cm". for residencies. performer Mike Whellans retttrns i'rom Gigs are "stud by date, the" by city. Denmark with his songs. tnoothie and Perlonnances will be listed, provided SUIW- that details reach our ottices at least ° one week belore publication. Folk and nunfermlme World listings compiled by ltorman I Dontennltne Folk Club The Roadhouse. Chalmers. l’ilmuir Street. 8pm. Free.

Singaround/session. FRIDAY 12 Glasgow THURSDAY 18 I Ceilidh Dance The Ferry. (‘lyde Place.

9pm. £6 (£4 ). Tickets at the venue or in I new 03w" FoIk Club Gkhmm. pm“ WWW“ “3"” “‘9 TM“ CC'IIW- Club. West Regent Street. 332 1674. 8pm. Candleriggs. 227 55 l I. £3_£5_ TBC.

I Ceilidh Dance Rivet-side. Fox Street.

ot'l‘C‘lyde Street. 248 3 H4. Doors open

8pm. music at 9pm. £5.

Glasgow I Bute FOIk Festival Rolliesay and the

Isle ol~ Bute. First night of the weekend festival with huge gttest list. World I Back 0 the North Wind Adelaide‘s. Ceilidh Band Cottipetition. (mt-tin " '- Bath Street. 248 4970. 8pm. £7 (£5). lix- longest Strip the Willow. and more. Battlefield mttlti-instrumentalist and I Ceilidh Dance The Ferry. (‘lytle Place. songwriter Brian Maclleill brings his 9pm. £6 (£4). Tickets at the ventte or in _ llltlIlltllletIlt‘t show 'wrttten round the story advance lromfithe I tcket ( entre. ()I \ailous Scots. transplanted to Notlll Cattdlctiggs, .._7 55I I.

Anéerica. H I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. I-‘os Street. I orner ouse Scotia Bar. Stockwell ol‘l‘CIvd Str 't. Street. 552 xot‘il. 3.30pm. Free. Great 348 RH: £5iLl)oot-s~ open 8pm. Irish sounds from /‘\I7k‘-I'(ICCII' and .lnve‘rness h with esccpttonal .tccotdton and Ildtllc. 9 . I'fCe‘l'mllh Blane: St'lcc" I Ceilidh oance Assembly Rooms. .“ 6‘ "CC - - ' “"3" “9"” George Street. 22() 434‘). 8.30pm. to (£5).

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.‘ . . t 'q . . . Rim" ""N“ "I )p'"' L ' Music lrom l)ahooley cetltdh band.

w b h Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, In my the Echoes of Ellington Jazz

I iron FOIIt Club Tron Ceilidh House.

Squurulm Issummw. Glasgow Orchestra, the Steve Hamilton/Clark

Corner House. Paddy the Ilat and the boys I Bum Folk Festival RmhcmV and lhC lay do“ n sortie tasty Irish music. See NC of Bum gcc Hi It) '

m- t. .,... _ Tracy Trio, the Ray Gelato Giants, ""9 ' ““v lsnattethesnaclt Scotta Bar. Slockwell Acker B'lk and his Paramount Jazz

Street. 552 868 I. 3pm. Free. Gentle roots-

SUNDAY 14 3%?“ Dance R .d i. g! I Band, Igor Bourco's Uralsky

Glasgow oi‘fClyde street. m we. Jazzmen, Tina May, the New Black I eat do 14 Juillet People's Palace. 8pm. music at "Pm- i35- Eaglesfl 0th Avenue Jazz Band , the Wint 'rgard ‘ns. Gla.‘ ' wv Gr ' ‘n. ' ' 7.3()pm—mi:lnight. lni'oiinaldinner- dance presented by L'Alliance Franeaise I Sona niabate Fruitmarket Gallery.

de Glasgow. French buffet. wine and Market Street. 8pm. £4.50 (£2.50). Paris- accordion music to celebrate Bastille Day. resident. Guinean balal'on (like a wooden

I John llinshelwood and Tim Clarke xylophone) player. guitarist and singer

Stoat and Ferrett. Pollokshaws Road. 632 brings her all-female band ol’singers and ()lo I. 9pm. Free. Sitiger/songwriter with a musicians for a one-oilconcert. Her third I 9

country leaning; album (Iurt' (iurt' has just been released. I Mitre Folk Club Brunswick Street. on I Tron Folk Club Tron Ceilidh House. Auen Jazzmen and many more_

Argyle Street. 3—6pm. Free. Informal. Hun‘ter Square. 22() I550. 8.30pm. £3.


For more information contact the Festival Hotline Tel:- 0131 - 557 1642 Fax:- 0131 - 556 0012


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