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Gluren bij de Buren 2022


Programme available to download and print here and here

Or save your ink and pick up a copy in various outlets around the Black Isle. 

Otherwise, memorise the following...

a Elanora, Duke Street 13.00 & 13.45

Orlagh MacIver

… is a 14 yr old local girl currently studying grade 6 acoustic guitar. She will be accompanied by her tutor Wendy Mullery, playing a selection of varied pieces to suit all tastes for your afternoon delight.


b Old Police House, Bank St. 14.00 & 15.00

Emmy and Monkey

Meet monkey – the only talking simian in the Highlands! Warning: strong opinions, colourful language and some inappropriate behaviour. It’s mostly double Dutch.


c 1 Links Cottages 14.45 & 15.30

Fergus & Greg

… have been playing music in the Highlands for the past 25 years with a residency in the Market Bar for 23 of them. Fergus is well known as lead guitarist of the Mystic Shoes and Greg with local act Piggery Spur. Two acoustic guitars, two voices, anything is possible - a mix of old and new songs, both original and covers that they've made their own.


d The Annexe, Church Street 14.30, 15.15, 16.00


Local synthesizer duo who draw inspiration from 70’s and 80’s continental electronic music styles. Using small, predominantly analogue synthesizers, Mark Dammer and Maarten de Vries improvise on simple melodic sequences which they often create completely on the fly, and sometimes with help from their audience.


e Hugh Miller Cottage, Church Street 13.00, 13.45, 14.30

Gregor Coghill

Enjoy the emotive sounds of a traditional Scottish piper in the unique setting of Hugh Miller's Cottage. Playing a range of familiar (and maybe less familiar) tunes on the small pipes. More appropriate for a relaxing Sunday afternoon, rather than being stirred into action!


f Fishertown Inn, Church Street 13.30, 14.15, 15.00

Wall 2 Wall Fiddle

A group of musicians and friends from the Black Isle and Inverness playing traditional Scottish and Irish Jigs, reels and marches. In the suitable setting of the recently re-furbished ‘snug’.


g Wellington House, Church St. 15.30 & 16.15

The Disclaimers

The Black Isle’s answer to Spinal Tap, but without their clarity of musical direction. Despite several decades playing together their playlist revolves around a handful of songs that listeners from the early '70s (or in their early 70s) will be familiar with. Using fewer chords than Status Quo they deploy them both with commitment, often (but not always) at the same time as vocals. Music aficionados will treasure this welcome return to Cromarty.


h The Old Barn, Nicol Terrace 14.30, 15.15, 16.15

The Longest Take

Renowned local film enthusiast

Dave Newman treats us to some celluloid history in his own private cinema. An illustrated talk about the greatest single shot sequences ever produced. Forget TikTok. This is the real deal.  


i Clunes Chalet, Miller Road 13.15 & 14.15

The Queue - a monologue

Following the recent events in Edinburgh and London, Jeremy Price offers a wry reflection on queuing and how it became the centre of attention for some and a temporary raison d‘etre for others.  Expect challenging and thought-provoking statements with a healthy dose of humour.


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