|KIND TAE STRANGERS
A singing tapestry of Scotland and Flanders, performed by Ewan McVicar and the Linlithgow Community Childrens’ Choir (the Wee Linties) with special guest, Christine Kydd.
Meet Anselm Adornes of Bruges, who became Captain of Linlithgow Palace, his little daughter Euphemie with her houses in the Kirkgate and Mary Queen of Scots and her four Marys.
Traditional and remade Scots songs tell about trade, diplomacy, murder and warfare from the 12th to the 20th century.
Venue: Linlithgow Bowling Club, Philip Avenue EH49 7NH
Time: 7.30 to 9.30pm, with a 15 minute interval
Cost: FREE - donations welcome.
Refreshments available from the bar.
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- Festival 2015
- Festival 2014
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- Matt McGinn