Pick up a map and performance schedule in one of the local shops or download and print you own...
or simply memorise all this:
a Reay House, George Street 13.30, 14.15, 15.00
Ceoloran is a local acoustic trio that plays and sings folk music from Scotland, Ireland, Canada and the USA. They perform harmony singing and play fiddle, mandolin, banjo, whistle, guitar and bodhran.
The name 'Ceoloran'' derives from the Gaelic for Ceol = music and Oran = song."
b 7 Duke Street 14.45, 15.30, 16.15
True Heart. ‘We met at the open mic in Findhorn where Miri was playing beautiful Brazilian bossa nova songs, just as I (Joost) walked in. I didn't think twice, I pulled out my guitar and sat down on stage and played along. So our first conversation was music! Long story short: we got married in Japan last December!’
c 1 Links Cottage 14.15, 15.00, 15.45
Robin Bell is a local singer/songwriter who regularly features at Glachbeg Folk Club and this year performed on the Free Range Folk stage at Belladrum. Robin captures his audience's interest and imagination by performing his own material, inspired by characters and events from his local area of Easter Ross.
d Old Police House, Bank Street 14.00, 15.00, 16.00
(husky voice:) IN A WORLD - where anecdotes have no antidotes, and sketches should be carefully rubbed out before a policeman sees them… we bring you:
“Gluren 3, Seller(s) & Price Are At It Again.” Comic nonsense and tall tales in unflattering costumes, for the easily pleased.
e Sydney House, High Street 14.30, 15.15, 16.00
Enjoy an entertaining sample of poems and short stories written and read by members of Black Isle Writers. BIW welcomes and supports published and unpublished local writers. Collect your free copy of Quicksilver, our 25th anniversary anthology. Donations welcome in aid of Syrian Refugees. www.blackislewriters.org
f The Annexe on the Corner, Church Street 14.00, 14.45, 15.30
Fyrish are the Cromarty-based folk musicians Marjorie Paterson and David Cowan. They perform their own arrangements of traditional and contemporary songs with cello and guitar accompaniment. Marjorie and David are regulars at the music sessions in Cromarty and Fortrose. See their website at www.fyrish.org.
g 30 Church Street 14.15, 15.00, 15.45
Sunshine Drunk. Folk-indie three piece, covering anything from Bruce Springsteen to Taylor Swift. Spanning the breadth of Norwich, Doncaster and Huddersfield, it's a wonder they ever get to rehearse (or do they...?)
h Wellington House, Church Street 15.00, 15.45
Piggery Spur. Greg Fullarton and Mike Schroeder make a rare live appearance playing an acoustic set of original songs from their album "Welcome to Piggery Spur" as well as a selection of new material. Inspired by the people and places of the Black Isle. Real songs about real life; acoustic guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and gravel drenched vocals.
h Wellington House, Church Street 16.30
Cromarty Karaoke. Finish the afternoon off in style with Nige’s unique take on the traditional Japanese home-spun entertainment. Have fun with friends.
i 1 Nicol Terrace 15.00, 15.45, 16.30
Deadwood. Freeform exploration of percussion, rhythm and sound, using a variety of instruments from around the world. (Brought to you by Gluren favourite Graham Normand and friends).
j The Old Orchard, Miller Road 13.30, 14.15, 15.00
wall2wall fiddle are a group of musicians and friends from the Black Isle and Inverness who play a wide variety of traditional music from Scotland, Ireland and Scandinavia. Well known in the local area, we are also regular guests at an annual music festival in Hirtshals in Denmark.