What's On

Thursday 25 January 2018 at 8pm

A Celebration of Robert Burns

For the first time in many years our annual celbration of the music and songs of Robert Burns falls bang on the Bard's birthday!

You can look forward to hearing many of his famed works performed by Huroosh, members of Carron Cast and local musicians

A brilliant annual feast complete with haggis, neeps and a dram

Booking Essential and available now!

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£7

Thursday 01 February 2018 at 8pm

Oakum Row

As our "first foot" visiting act of 2018, Falkirk Folk Club is pleased to welcome Oakum Row featuring Adam McCulloch who regulars will remember from previous performances at the Club. The full line up comprises Adam on vocals and guitar, Beccy Brown on fiddle, Gav Clark on Cittern and backing vocals and Sean Thomson on whistle and tenor banjo.

Since established Oakum Row have been purveyors of fine folk/tradd songs and tunes of a Scottish, Irish and American/Canadian nature or origin........Guaranteed!

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£7 / £5 members

Thursday 08 February 2018 at 8pm

The Winter Sessions

Join us for another evening of songs and craic in our wee room at the tap o' the stairs in the Tolbooth Tavern.

Free entry

Thursday 15 February 2018 at 8pm

Bob Wood

Bob Wood, from the west of Scotland is a warm and engaging solo singer and performer with an easy going sense of humour.

He is a highly accomplished finger-style guitarist.  Exploring a range of open tunings, his playing and song interpretations have been described as displaying a rare sensitivity, lightness of touch and great technique.

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Artist website http://www.bobwood.co.uk/

£7 / £5 members

Thursday 22 February 2018 at 8pm

Fraser Nimmo

Falkirk Folk Club is pleased to announce the return of Fraser Nimmo to the Tolbooth Tavern

"Fraser Nimmo's self-effacing humour and presentation belie a serious songwriter who delights in both aspects of his craft " - Ralph McTell

Fraser Nimmo is a Scottish singer, songwriter and actor who combines traditional songs with his own material in an organic melange of Celtic musicality.

His songs cover the whole gamut of human experience and are delivered with flair, wit, compassion and serious digital dexterity on guitar and banjo. Essentially a serious songwriter who has been known to raise more than the occasional eyebrow, glass, roof, chuckle and consciousness, he treats his own material with the same conviction that he brings to music from the Scottish tradition, believing both music forms to be inter-related and complimentary. He travels hither and yon singing songs of love, hate, loss, injustice, fear, outrage, bewilderment and Scotland!

Tours of Germany, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, The Middle East, Canada, and The Canary Islands, appearances at many festivals, - including Cambridge and Edinburgh and being invited to be Fairport Convention's special guest on their mammoth 30th anniversary tour of Britain have contributed to Fraser's reputation as being one of Scotland's furthest travelled and best loved musical ambassadors.

Artist web site http://www.frasernimmo.co.uk/

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£7 / £5 members