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AN EVENING WITH MYRTLE THROGMORTON!

An Evening with Myrtle Throgmorton, the original bag-for-life and, thankfully, the talents of Colin Brockie and Katherine Williams.  At Tullynessle Hall on Friday 5th May at 19:30.  Tickets £12 (concessions £10) includes refreshments.  Raising funds for Books Abroad, tickets available from Penny by text on 0786 046869 or by email on pennyjfuller@sky.com

 

PRODUCERS' MARKET SATURDAY 27TH MAY 2017

Our next Producers' Market will be held on Saturday 27th May 2017 from 10am til 1pm. Our previous Markets have been huge successes with lots of stallholders selling out. There will be around 30 stalls selling locally produced, fresh produce eg meat, fish, fruit and veg, chocolate, honey, bread, cakes and cheese and also a variety of crafters will be selling their beautiful products.

Hopefully you will win a great prize in our Grand Raffle and come and sit in our beautiful cafe area with stunning views over the Donside countryside, enjoying a tea or coffee and delicious homebakes.  Entry is free and there will be ample parking.  Look forward to seeing you there!

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All theatre productions start at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated.  Further information on all of the theatre productions can be obtained from NEAT www.neatshows.org.uk.

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Do you fancy singing some Scottish songs?

Then join us for a fortnightly series of fun and music at Tullynessle and Forbes Hall led by traditional singer and storyteller Grace Banks.

The sessions which will be relaxed, friendly and fun are open to all abilities, male and female, aged 14 plus, who would like to join Grace to sing a mix of traditional ballads and Scottish folk music old and new.

Grace lives in Aberdeen and is a teacher of song at SCAT (Scottish Culture and Tradition, in Aberdeen) she also teaches outdoor education. She is co-author of two books with Sheena Blackhall…  “Aberdeenshire Folk Tales” and “Urban Legends”. Grace has a huge repertoire of songs and stories of the North East including many that she learnt from the late Stanley Robertson.

The sessions will run fortnightly on Thursday evenings from 7-9pm (alternating with film club nights) starting on Thursday 3rd September and will run through until the end of March.

The introductory session on 3rd will cost £5 and then it will cost £8 per 2 hour session thereafter or … sign up for the series of 14 for only £80!

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop an appreciation of the music and traditions of North East Scotland with one of the most knowledgeable and approachable teachers we could have.

Contact Annie Sturgeon 019755 62355 to check the current sessions or book a place. If you can’t make the first night don’t worry you may be able to join in later.