10 Mar 2019


8:00 pm


£15 / £10


Tannara produce contemporary Scottish folk music: considered, complex arrangements that surround original tunes, modern tunes and traditional ballads.

Converging from across the country, four top musicians entangled within Scotland’s rich web of traditions:

Owen Sinclair (Acoustic Guitar/Electric Guitar/Vocals)

Becca Skeoch (Harp)

Joseph Peach (Accordion)

Robbie Greig (Fiddle)

Collective experience gives their musical approach a unique flavour. Despite the material’s modernity, it’s hardwired in spirit to the tradition.

At no point is the music pretty and delicate.  There’s a raw energy that brings booming sets of tunes and songs together with moments of knot-in-stomach beauty. It’s four big personalities bouncing off each other to create big sounds.

The resulting, electrifying live act saw Tannara nominated for the ‘Up and Coming Artist of the Year’ award at the 2016 Scots Trad Music Awards.

Debut album, Trig, was produced by Rachel Newton, and launched in the summer of 2016.

“One of Scotland’s brightest new up and coming bands”.
Stonehaven folk festival


The Kirkgate Centre is a COVID19 secure venue.
We ask customers not to attend if any of the following symptoms are present:
- a new and persistent cough
- a high temperature
- any loss of, or change to, your sense of smell/taste
Hand sanitiser is provided upon entry to the building, and additional cleaning measures have been introduced.
There is a one way system in operation, and persons visiting the building must leave their name and contact number on entry.
(Please note this is not required for those who have booked in advance for a show, or those attending classes where records of attendees are already kept).

Face coverings must be worn inside the building and all safety signs and advice must be adhered to by all staff, volunteers and visitors.
Thank you for your patience at this challenging time.