Coming Shortly …

July 26th at 7.30pm
Malcolm Bushby and Rosie Lindsay
Malcolm Bushby and Rosie Lindsay play a variety of traditional music from Scotland and the British Isles, Malcolm playing the fiddle and Rosie accompanying on the piano. Rosie studied Folk and Traditional Music at Newcastle University, and since then has gone on to release her CD ‘in my own wee tuniverse’, which features Malcolm’s fiddle playing. Rosie is a traditional pianist and singer hailing from Wigtownshire.
Tickets £8


August 16th at 7.30pm
Fine Tunings presents
Whither the Weather or
So Much for the Seasons

Fine Tunings, a group of four singers and a pianist,set out, armed with a selection of solos, duets, trios and quartets, to shine a light on situations and feelings influenced in some way by that ever changing phenomenon the weather. Many of the songs will be well known, coming as they do from shows and musicals. All are chosen to entertain and amuse.
Tickets £8

August 23rd at 7.30pm
Graham Farmelo
talking about his books
The Strangest Man and
Churchill's Bomb

August 27th at 7.30 pm
Magnetic North presents
A Walk at the Edge of the World
A Walk at the Edge of the World is inspired by the act of walking and the idea of arrival and departure. A Walk at the Edge of the World begins with a short walk taken by the whole audience, from a body of water to the theatre. Once inside the theatre, as the performer begins to talk about walks he has taken, audience and performer find the projected images leading us all on another journey. The hidden secrets of the landscape and the constantly shifting border between land and sea remind us that the past is always with us, whether we realise it or not.
Tickets £10 A West Fest event