Saturday 7th March    8pm

Stan graham

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16) Unlicensed - BYOB

We are delighted to welcome back singer songwriter Stan, who has a wonderful rapport with audiences.  Stan performs self-penned songs, with superb guitar accompaniment, which have been sung and recorded worldwide by other artists.  His 2016 album Fragile was rated five stars by Rock and Reel Magazine, with the title track being played on the ‘Bob Harris’ show.

 

In support will be Maureen McAllister and Willie Sinclair on guitar, mouth organ & vocals.

 

 Advance Bookings Recommended !

Thursday 18 June    8pm

Plockton Young traditional musicians

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16) Unlicensed - BYOB

A very special concert and one not to be missed!

 

We are honoured, for only the 3rd time, to have 19 students from the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music at Plockton Wester Ross perform at Craigie.  These students, aged 13 to 18, are the cream of Scotland’s young traditional musicians.  The concerts feature the students in various  combinations, playing a diverse range of instruments with all of them playing together in a powerful finale.  The standard of musicianship is outstanding.

 

 Advance Bookings Recommended !

 

Saturday 3 October    8pm

Wendy Weatherby Band

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16) Unlicensed - BYOB

Wendy, a graduate from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, is a hugely talented cello player, singer, actor, teacher, musical director and composer for theatre and film.  She teaches part time at Plockton, to our June guests.  Wendy’s wide musical interests have led her to sing and play at folk and jazz events worldwide.  The other three band members are superb musicians in their own right, Fiona Cuthill on fiddle, Sandy Brechin on accordion and Stevie Lawrence on multi-instruments.

 

Advance Bookings Recommended !

Saturday 5 December    8pm

Celtic Quines

Music at Craigie,  Craigie Village Hall,

Craigie Village,  near Kilmarnock

Tickets:  £10  &  £6 (under 16) Unlicensed - BYOB

They are back by popular demand after a wonderful concert in   December 2018.  The Celtic Quines are Celine Donoghue on banjo, fiddle and vocals, Eilidh Grant on vocals and Katherine McLeod on flute and whistles, and are superbly backed by Neil Sturgeon on guitar.  Their stage presence is always full of warmth and they have a great interaction with the audience.  Great harmony singing and splendid musicianship, with a mixture of fine contemporary and traditional material,  will make this a highly entertaining evening.    

 

Advance Bookings Recommended !