What’s On – Programme 2024

Cappuccino Concerts – £5 admission. Tea/coffee by donation.


Saturday Morning Concerts: Saturday 11am, admission £5

Jun 29th             The Selkie’s Wife – Essa Flett

Jul 20th              Sally Garden, singer, & Alison Hart, piano

Aug 24th            Gavin Marwick, fiddle (plus workshop)

Sep 21st             Alasdair Roberts & Donald WG Lindsay

Sept 28th           Tripple, harmony song trio

Oct 26th             Chloe Matharu, song and harp

Nov 23rd            Sandy Brechin, accordion, Ewan Wilkinson, guitar    

Dec 7th               Christmas Concert


Lunchtime Concerts 1.15 – 1.45pm

Admission free, donations welcome!


Tues July 23rd       Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail (1pm – 2pm)

Wed Sept 4th         Sheena Wellington

Wed Oct 2nd          Live Music Now

Wed Nov 6th          Monica Lucia Madas, singer

Wed Dec 4th          Live Music Now

Instrumental & Singing Tuition 2024

All classes £5. Fiddles and whistles available to try, advice on harp hire.


Gaelic Song Monthly @ the Wighton Centre with Wilma Kennedy: 2nd Saturday of the month

Mixed Instrument Class Online with Morag Anne Elder: Saturdays 11am

Whistle Class @ the Wighton Centre with Helen Forbes: Saturdays 1215 – 1315

Fiddle Class with Karen Hannah: Saturdays 1330 – 1430, 1430 for beginners

Harp Class @ Blackness Library with Mary Veal: Mondays 1400-1530 (not 1st Monday of the month)

Wighton Singers with Amy Lord: Tuesdays 1400-1530  (No need to be able to read music).


Other Events


Sundays           1700-1845           Slow session : Dickson Hall, St Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church, 27A Queen St, Tayport DD6 9JZ

if you feel like playing a few tunes with mates: please join us at the next session (Sunday21st January @ 5pm). MoragAnne Elder (fiddle) and Robert MacGregor(whistle) will lead the session and it will be fun! If you want to add to the fun in other ways than playing with us: home baking is always welcomed for the tea/coffee break!
The link to the, again, slightly wonky tune list is here:







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