A Light hearted evening of trios, duets and solos from Opera and Musical Theatre encompassing Mozart to Sondheim. Performed by flexible mezzos Alison Bishop, Anna Ludwig and Nicky Wood, ably accompanied by International man of mystery Stuart Hope...
MacDiarmid’s Brownsbank will present the work of artists Sandy Moffat and Ruth Nicol with visual realisations of the poetry of Professor Alan Riach in the gallery at the Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum. The show will contain the twin themes of Hugh MacDiarmid and the town of Biggar.
A number of outreach events during the course of the event will be held at the venue. These will include the artists meeting with students from Biggar High School Art and English Department, a talk by Alan Riach titled ‘MacDiarmid The Biggar Years’ ‘In Conversation with Sandy Moffat, Ruth Nicol and Alan Riach’ and Alan reading from ‘The Flyting’, the letters from the Scotsman newspaper from Hugh MacDiarmid and Hamish Henderson.
A new film made at Brownsba..
Following on from the successes of previous years, artwork from nursery to P7 and the art & design department from Biggar High will be displayed in shop windows during the festival. The theme this year is Bees, an area close to our identity as a school community and one of environmental concern for us as an ECO school...
We are a hard-working Scottish folk group, and are now pretty well established on the Edinburgh music scene, and beyond!
“The Drouth” as we are affectionately called, play Celtic music with blood curdling aggression and attitude, or soulful melodic expression, and everything in between. Humour and audience participation are key to our performances.
Following the release of our first album, ‘Battle tunes and Ballads’ we are looking forward to expanding our musical footprint and enjoying the journey, With You!
Drouthy Neebors on 07706964210 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Poets reading for 10 minute slots at a cost of £10.00, 2 minutes for introductions, 8 minutes poems. After payment has been made to BLF, a slot will be allocated. 50 word bio required by Red Squirrel Press.