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Cancelled – Band of Burns

  • Sunday 26 January 2020, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £24
Book tickets

Performers

Alastair Caplin (Isle of Lewis) - Musical Director, Violin, Viola, Vocals, Guitar
Ríoghnach Connolly (Co.Armargh, Ireland) – Vocals, Irish Flute
John Langan (Ayreshire) – Vocals, Guitar, Cajon
Adam Beattie (Aberdeenshire) – Vocals, Guitar, Double Bass
Mikey Kenney (Liverpool) – Violin, Vocals
Dila Vardar (Turkey) – Vocals, Finger Bells
Dominie Hooper (Dartmoor) – Vocals, Cello
Ellis Davies (Camarthenshire) – Guitar, Vocals
Ewan MacDonald (Ross & Cromarty) – Violin, Cittern
Dave Tunstall (Angus) – Double Bass, Border Pipes
Lewis Murray (Aberdeenshire) – Violin Viola
Feilimi Devlin (Co.Antrim, Ireland) – Bodhran

Unfortunately the Band of Burns performance on Sunday 26 January will no longer be taking place, due to members of the band being unavailable.

We hope to be able to reschedule the performance and look forward to welcoming them to The Stoller Hall in the near future.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and please do contact our box office if you have any further questions.

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