Forfar’s Reid Hall will rock next Saturday (October 4) when top Scottish folk rockers Skerryvore take to the stage.
The gig, organised by Forfar Dramatic Society, promises to be a great night by one of Scotland’s most popular exponents of the genre, playing their eclectic brand of original music.
Support will come from Carnoustie-based celtic folk group Gleadhraich. Formed in 2010 while pupils at Carnoustie High School, Gleadhraich comprises Craig Weir, Ross White, Paul Weir and Graeme Ritchie.
They have performed constantly over the past four years and have played alongside the likes of Dougie McLean, Jai McDowall and Elaine C. Smith at major festivals and events.
The band was awarded the Angus Cultural Ambassadors Award in November last year and earlier this year released its first EP, ‘Pipedreams.
The even will also have a mix of seating arrangements.
For those wishing to watch the concert in comfort, the balcony will be open with a traditional seating arrangement.
On the floor of the hall there will be a number of tables round the side each of which will hold 10 people, with the centre of the floor free for those who prefer to stand to watch the concernt or express themselves to the music.
There will be a licensed bar facility available, serving a full range of alcoholic and soft drinks.
All tickets are priced at £15, plus a small booking fee, and are available from.ticketsource.com or www.forfardramatic.com
There is also a telephone booking service available via Ticket Source which is, 0333 666 3366. The service is available Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The calls are charged at a standard network rate.
Be sure you don’t miss this novel event, in what will be Skerryvore’s first appearance in town. Find out more at www.skerryvore.com