Dunfermline Athletic

Dunfermline Folk Club

Thursday, 6th Sep 2012

The Dunfermline Folk weekend is back again this year from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th October 2012, Ceilidh, Bands, sessions, something for all the family.

Tickets for all events are available:
- online at www.dunfermlinefolkclub.co.uk or www.ticketweb.co.uk ,
- on club nights - every Wednesday in the Thistle Tavern, Baldridgeburn, or
- phone Jeanie on 01383 725872, Mike on 07900 363382 (ceilidh organiser) or Gifford on 01383 729673
Special offer - Weekend Ticket for 1 adult for £40.00

Dunfermline Folk Club weekend Program for Oct 2012

Dunfermline Folk Club Events Sept to Dec 2012

Friday 26th October
Ceilidh Dance for all the family with the Dollarfield Ceilidh Band
7.30pm in the Glen Pavilion
£12.00 including stovies
£26.00 Family ticket 2 x adults and 2 x under 12
£6.00 Children under 12

Saturday 27th October
International fiddle workshop with Jenny Gustaffson and Andreas Bjørkås, Award winning fiddlers from Trondheim, Norway, and Nicola Auchnie, 2010 Glenfiddich Fiddle Champion. Come and play tunes and learn from these sensational fiddlers.
Small Dining Room, Glen Pavilion £5.00.

12.00 - 2.00pm
Lunchtime Session in the Glen Pavilion. Admission free. Lunch available.

1.30pm Songs to Savour - Concert with Andy Shanks, award winning singer and songwriter from Angus, and Ken Campbell and Linsey Aitken, song guitar and cello duo from Loch Lomond. Small Dining Room, Glen Pavilion £6.00.

Open Stage in the Glen Pavilion. Entrance free.
Phone Gifford on 01383 729673 to book a spot

Scotch Broth for Halloween with Dennis Alexander. Songs, games and fun for all the family. Glen Pavilion. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets £5 -
adult with child free.

"The BIG Sing-a-long!", led by children and young people from The BIG Project Youth Choir in Broomhouse, Edinburgh and Kim Edgar. A collection will be taken for the Big Project Youth Choir. Glen Pavilion.

King Creosote Band with support by Stonedyke from Methil, and the Lennox Family in the Glen Pavilion King Creosote and his band have emerged from the East Neuk of Fife to challenge many of the standard ways of doing things in the ʻmusic industryʼ. His principal value has been the music, and the importance of maintaining a local base. And his music has brought him international fame, and a Mercury award nomination for his album Diamond Mines with Jon Hopkins. A night to celebrate King Creosoteʼs music in West Fife.
Under 16ʼs £8.00

Sunday 28th October
10.30am Sunday Morning Song Session Pittencrieff Suite, City Hotel. Free.

12.00 - 2.00pm Lunchtime session. Pittencrieff Suite, City Hotel. Free.

2.30pm Scottish Scandinavian Concert with the Lennox Family, Nicola Auchnie, and Jenny Gustaffson and Andreas Bjørkås from Trondheim. City Hotel, Pittencrieff Suite
A rare chance to hear 3 of the finest young fiddlers in the traditions of Scottish, Norwegian and Swedish folk music and traditional Scottish songs sung in harmony by the sensational Lennox Family from Banff. Come and hear how music traditions are being carried into the next generation. £6.00

7.00pm Closing concert with Andy Chung and guests in the City Hotel, Bridge Street, Dunfermline.

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