Wee Folk Club
Sunday Nights 8.30 pm Tickets £5
26 Nov. The Lasses
Since their beginnings at an Irish session in Amsterdam, lots of nice things happened to
The Lasses, and some say, rightly so. Sophie Janna and Margot Merah sing together as
if they were sisters; their voices blend together like a well-
you in old songs from Scotland, England and America. When they stop singing, you
reluctantly fold up the blanket, strangely feeling more alive from hearing all those tales
of lives past and gone. The Lasses bring their intimate ambiance with them wherever
they play: a big festival stage, a crisp concert hall, historic folk club or cosy living room.
3 Dec. Luckenbooth
Luckenbooth are a 3-
20 years and have played in most of the folk clubs in the central belt.
They have a varied repertoire and comprise: Alex – guitar, mandolin, whistles and vocals
Mhairi – violin, viola and vocals
Christine – vocals, keyboard, whistle
10 Dec. Jim Bainbridge
Jim just plays and sings the stuff he loves, without any agenda, flash or side. He's exactly the same on a festival stage as he is in a pub or busking a queue. play Sound ClipThis may, of course, account for the lack of commercial CD releases -
17th Mrs Weatherby’s Christmas Puddings
Wendy’s wide musical interests have led her to sing and play at folk and jazz events worldwide.
She has composed music for theatre and film and has vast recording experience as a guest on
albums ranging from ‘The Complete Songs of Robert Burns’, and ‘The Complete Songs of Robert
Tannahill’ to The Pearlfishers’s ‘Sky Meadows’.
That’s all folks. We’ll be back in January. Hope to see you then.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.