A unique combination of Scotland’s richest traditions of bagpipe music
with some of its oldest stories. Though Fionn Mac Cumhaill, Diarmaid,
Grainnhe and Ossian are part of a shared Scottish-Irish saga, Scotland
has its own version of these stories, and its own songs and music.
By bringing these together in Stirling’s Great Hall the Festival is
re-mixing an entertainment that goes back to the first Stewart Kings
with their love of storytelling, poetry and music.
The event assembles a stellar line-up of Scotland’s musical talent, including Ross Ainslie,
Allan MacDonald, Brighde Chaimbeul, Griogair Labhruidh, and Angus and
Kenneth MacKenzie, with a dramatic narrative by Scottish storytellers,
including David Campbell, Janis Mackay and Martin MacIntyre. Devised by
Hamish Moore and Donald Smith.
Please arrive at 6.45pm for the 7.30pm start.
Child: £12 (not suitable for under 9s due to length of performance)
Tickets and further information from www.historicenvironment.scot