Monday 19th September
We are delighted to have Sophie Bancroft and Tom Lyall coming to write songs for a few days in Corran and help us with grant applications so we can continue to develop our arts programmes and ideas. They are going to give us a wee feedback session on the morning of Monday the 19th of September, which will give us a unique insight in song writing and creativity.
Friday 16th September, 8pm
Jo Peach is returning with award winning Mabel Duncan and Charlie Grey. They are a dynamic young group. Jo stunned us with his lovely concert back in July.
Arnisdale Over 60’s: Usual Arangement
Saturday 3rd September, 7:30pm
The lovely Jenny Sturgeon is returning with Johnny Hardy. Jenny’s lyrics are so evocative and our audience loved this last year.
Arnisdale Over 60’s: Usual Arangement
Friday 19th August, 8pm
A new, modern telling of Orpheus & The Underworld.
Those of you who saw the beautiful “Fables” last year will remember Alexander Wright, producer who is returning to the Ceilidh House with a contemporary version of Orpheus accompanied by musician, Phil Grainger, weaving spoken word with music. This will be another captivating performance.
This is a tale of impossible, death defying love; a tale of this world and the underworld; a tale of soul music and late night karaoke.
Told through spoken word and soaring live music, Alexander Wright (The Flanagan Collective) and Phil Grainger (Gobbledigook) weave a world full of dive bars and side streets and ancient gods.
SUITABLE FOR OVER 14s
On the door, or contact 01599 522280.
Under 18: £5
The usual over 60’s arrangement for Arnisdale residents apply!
Friday 4th November, 7pm
Everyone is very welcome to this opportunity to hear about developments over they year and share ideas and plans for 2017 for the Ceilidh House.
Your ideas and suggestions are very welcome and we are always looking for help fundraising and planning events.
With coffee and cake!
Arnisdale & Loch Hourn Community Association Ltd
Scottish Charity No: SC030650
Sunday 31st July 2016
The musicians in The Outside Track are offering individual tuition in the Ceilidh House, after their concert the day before. Looking at their website will show you how they are all experienced tutors in traditional music.
This is quite a unique opportunity. They are very easy going and there is no expected level of singing or instrument experience.
If you are interested please contact us using the website, or call Jenny on 01599 522280. Pass the message on to anyone who would enjoy this amazing opportunity!
8pm, Saturday 30th July 2016
The highly acclaimed and award winning young band “The Outside Track” are playing at the Ceilidh House: beautiful vocals, clarsach, accordion, fiddle, flute and guitar with a bit of Irish dance thrown in!
They are also offering to run a music workshop at 4pm which they have done here before and it was really wonderful. If you are interested in the workshop, please contact us, using either the website, or calling 01599 522280.
For those people who have seen The Outside Track before at the Ceilidh House, you will be aware how lucky we are to have them back here!
Please share this with anyone you may feel be interested.
Over 60: usual arrangement
“A stunning synthesis of virtuosity and energy, The Outside Track’s marriage of Canadian, Scottish and Irish music and song has been rapturously received around the world. Hailing from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton and Vancouver, its five members are united by a love of traditional music and a commitment to creating new music on its foundation. Using fiddle, accordion, harp, guitar, flute, step-dance and vocals these five virtuosos blend boundless energy with unmistakable joie de vivre”.
Friday 8th July 2016, 7:30pm
“Widely regarded as one of the most innovative acts to come out of the UK in recent years, the sublime genre-defying sound of the Red Dirt Skinners is created by husband and wife team, Rob and Sarah Skinner.”
“British Blues Award Winners”
“UK Country Radio Top Ten of 2014”
To book tickets, please contact us via the website, or telephone 01599 522280 for more information.
2 July 2016
Come along to the Ceilidh House to listen to Tannara, playing what is best described as “contemporary Scottish folk music: Considered complex, arrangements that surround original tunes, modern tunes and traditional ballads.”
Wednesday 11th May 2016, 7:30PM
Come along and listen to Mean Mary combining lightening banjo and haunting vocals to create a unique sound with stunning song writing. Described as having the voice of a ragged angel and the banjo playing of a devil. She also plays the violin and guitar!
She isn’t mean at all!!!
For tickets please contact us or phone Jenny on 01599 522 280.