Three pairs of tickets up for grabs for Scottish concert

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Mike McEwan, on behalf of the ‘Loons’, will be staging his autumn Scottish Spectacular in the Reid Hall on Sunday (November 16) with a 7.15 p.m. start.

And we have three pairs of tickets to give away in our easy to enter competition.

One of Forfar Athletic’s major fund-raisers of the year, tickets - which are now on sale at the Toy Castle in Castle Street or from Mike direct on 01307 818765 - are normally at a premium

Mike has, as ever, organised a varied cast to provide the evening’s entertainment.

Making a welcome return is the excellent Newcastle based accordionist Leonard Brown, while there will be a Reid Hall debut for Shetland fiddler Maggie Adamson.

Local artistes Steven Carcary and Malcolm Ross will also be on stage along with a talented group of dancers from the Angus Centre for Irish Dancing.

Co-comperes for the evening are the ever popular Eddie Rose and Robert Lovie, the latter fresh from his appearance in front of television audience of millions when he sang the National Anthem at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park.

Ticket prices are £12 for the balcony and £10 for the stalls, without doubt a bargain for three hours of as ever excellent entertainment.

For your chance to win a pair of tickets answer this simple question:

Which Scottish island does Maggie Adamson come from?

Email your answer giving your name, address and most importantly a contact telephone number, to Please mark ‘Scottish Spectacular Competition’ in the subject bar.

Entries close at 10 a.m. on Friday.

Winners will be contacted by telephone and will be able to collect their tickets from the Reid Hall box office on the evening of the concert.