Falkirk Storytelling Festival

Falkirk Storytelling Festival Music

Thursday 4th October

Falkirk Folk Club present: Hannah Rarity

8.30pm, Thursday 4 October

Tolbooth Tavern, Tolbooth Street, FK1 1NL

Falkirk Folk Club warmly welcome the BBC Scotland Young Traditional Musician of The Year 2018 to this year’s Falkirk Storytelling Festival.

Hannah’s hotly anticipated debut album will be released in mid-September.This is sure to be a very special live performance.

The event will take place in an upstairs location and we regret that no lift access is available. Please note that this is a small venue and we are expecting tickets to be in demand so if you would like to attend please book early.

£7

Friday 5th October

1001 Olive Trees ~ Stories and Songs From Occupied Palestine

7.30pm, Friday 5th October

Erskine Community Halls, South Pleasance Avenue, Falkirk

Following two sell-out shows at the National Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh, San Ghanny Choir (meaning ‘we shall sing’ in Arabic) share songs and stories from their journey to Palestine, portraying people’s everyday lives under occupation.The event is being hosted by the Antonine Friendship Link

£5

Tickets will be available on the door. Tickets can also be reserved in advance via sanghanny@gmail.com

Saturday 6th October

Joe Allison – A Little Bit of Aloha

7.00pm, Saturday 6 October    Ages 16+

The Acoustic Cafe, 

Step on board for an enchanting evening of storytelling enriched by music and song. Much travelled and well seasoned storyteller Joe Allison brings his collection of stories from journeys around the world, and from some other places too!

£5