Genre: Music

The Gallovidian Gathering

Are you ready to join us for a Yuletide Gathering like no other?   Following the success of our sold out event in May 2023, we’re hosting another Gallovidian Gathering at Castle Douglas Town Hall!   Join us to experience a new spin on oor auld cultural traditions.   Through an immersive night of time… Read more »

Mairi Campbell: Auld Lang Syne

Mairi’s adventures with Scotland’s most famous song. Delivered with her trademark wit and unparalleled musical ability, this funny and heartfelt show resonates with universal truths. As we learn about the song and its history, we journey with Mairi as she negotiates the politics of childhood friendships; the challenges of romantic relationships and the highs and… Read more »

AyeTunes! presents My Doric Diary

It’s December 31st, 2010, in Fraserburgh and the eve of Daisy’s 17th birthday. But all is not sparkly at Daisy and Granny’s house. Tempers have erupted and a disgruntled Daisy has locked herself away. Daisy is desperate to join her best friend at the New Year’s Eve party in the town’s Leisure Centre, but Granny… Read more »

Rachel Walker and Aaron Jones present Despite The Wind & The Rain

Rachel Walker and Aaron Jones present Despite The Wind & The Rain With support from Cairn Chorus Choir, with their Songs of Protest. Susi Briggs, Scots poet, author & storyteller. Lani O’Neil, local female piper. Join us for an evening of musical & spoken word tributes to the extraordinary life of local lass, suffragette, medical… Read more »


The JKL DUO, comprised of Jacopo Lazzaretti and Kerry Lynch, play music straight from the heart, using the Flute and Classical Guitar to speak to listeners all across the world. The critically acclaimed Scottish-Italian couple is very active within Scotland’s vibrant music scene, splitting their time between performing, recording and teaching from their studio in… Read more »


VRï are Jordan Price Williams (cello, voice), Aneirin Jones (violin, voice) and Patrick Rimes (viola, violin), three young men from deepest, darkest chapel-going Wales who have mined the cultural upheaval of past centuries and drawn inspiration from the incredible story of a time when Wales’ traditional music and dance was suppressed by Methodist chapels, and,… Read more »

Gaither A’ Thegether

Gather all together for an immersive night of time travel with An Dannsa Dub, bringing us their vibrant fusion of mystical energy and Gaelic folk song with the heavy, mediative, driving basslines of Dub.  Join us to experience a new spin on oor auld cultural traditions.  You’ll be guided by BBC Introducing’s Phoebe I.H, through an evening of eating, drinking, dancing… Read more »

Scottish Opera presents Pop Up Opera

Pop-up Opera is back touring Scotland this Summer! Experience opera on a miniature scale with specially created 30-minute versions of Die Fledermaus and Eugene Onegin – one a sparkling comedy of mistaken identities, the other a stirring tale of first love – brought to life by a storyteller, two singers, instrumentalists, and a beautiful backdrop… Read more »

John Bolland presents Pibroch

How does it feel to find oneself on a ‘burning platform’ with a pressing need for change but limited options? Pibroch, is a multimedia theatre production which explores parallels between the Climate Emergency and the Piper Alpha Disaster in 1988. Created by Aberdeenshire – based writer and artist, John Bolland, this exciting new production uses… Read more »

SHELF presents Hair

Following a sell-out run at The Pleasance, Edinburgh Fringe 2022 and a transfer to London’s Soho Theatre, Shelf are bringing their award nominated show, Hair, to the Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival. They’re very excited, please come. Shelf are a musical comedy double act. Sort of. One of them is tone deaf, so technically they’re… Read more »