Dallahan with Carroncast & Falkirk Trad Project at FTH
Weekend of Folk Filled Fun!
Falkirk Folk Club continues with a busy Tryst Festival weekend ahead of next Fridays big event at Falkirk Town Hall with the superb and not to be missed, Dallahan with Carroncast and the Falkirk Trad Project
Get in touch if you require tickets or book direct by phone or online at the Falkirk Booking Office
On Saturday 21 May, Carroncast musicians will be performing A Handful of Songs as part of "The Collection" art exhibition taking place over the weekend in the Howgate Centre with performances at 11.30am & 1.30pm Again on Sunday 22 May you can hear Carroncast at 11.30am and then there's a fabulous performance by one of Scotland's best storytellers,Andy Cannon who, with accompanist, Wendy Weatherby present the widely acclaimed "Tales Of A Grandson" at 2pm in the Howgate Centre
You can also take part in Clay Time with artist Susan Wade-French helping to build a Falkirk landscape in clay!
And in Bo'ness on Sunday evening the wonderful Lazy Boys Of Banknock take the stage at the Corbie Inn The Howgate events are Free and it would be great to see you there over the course of the weekend
full details of the Tryst events at http://www.fdacc.org.uk
Hot Line Up for Folk At the Tryst!
Falkirk's 2016 Tryst Festival is shaping up to be one of the best ever
With an amazing variety of shows, productions, exhibitions and performances over 15 days of events and activities for all ages
Falkirk Folk Club once again brings the highest calibre musicians from the folk and traditional scene to the heart of the festival and brings our fabulous talented performers from the Falkirk area to the stage
Falkirk Town Hall is the venue for our feature concert welcoming one of the fastest rising groups on the scene, Dallahan.
With performances by the Falkirk Trad Music Project and Carroncast we have the perfect mix of talent young, emerging and established
You' re never "far from folk" throughout the fortnight with events at the Howgate Centre, Bean Row Pottery and High Street, all rounded off with a rousing Folk Finale at the Tolbooth Tavern on 29 May
There's also opportunity for all to participate in the music with session nights at the Tolbooth Tavern
Keep an eye on the website and brochure for full details on all Tryst Festival events
The wonders of the Kist o Riches
A tremendous resource, the Kist o Riches website contains over 30,000 oral recordings made in Scotland and further afield, from the 1930s onwards. The items you can listen to include stories, songs, music, poetry and factual information.
Tryst Session Night
Come in and join us for a great night of songs and tunes in the welcoming atmosphere at the Tolbooth Tavern. Always a fun night, bring your instruments and voices and be part of the music from 8.30pm, all welcome and it's free!
You can now donate to Falkirk Folk Club
As a not-for-profit organisation, the aim of Falkirk Folk Club is to promote and provide a platform for the live performance of Folk and Traditional Music and Song in the Falkirk area.
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