Crieff Folk Club reached its first birthday in

September 2018. Strictly speaking, it's much older

than that as Crieff had a well established Folk

Club running throughout the 60's, 70's and

80'swhich featured the likes of the Dubliners,

the Corries and Billy Connolly and Gerry

Rafferty's the Humblebums.

This new generation of Crieff Folk Club meets once a

month at Strathearn Arts on a Thursday night to hear

some great and varied folk music plus the occasional session

night for anyone to join in with (or just listen and enjoy).


If you're keen to see regular folk events at Strathearn Arts, then come along and show

your support.  If you've never tried it, why not! Tickets £10 or £12 with discounts for

earlybird bookings more than one week in advance. BYOB.


Tickets are available online from Eventbrite and direct from Strathearn Arts.

For enquiries contact Neil Thomson, 07967 910388



Jim and Susie Malcolm

Thursday 27th February

Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start

Tickets: £10 (£8 if tickets purchased in advance)


For the past 30 years, Jim Malcolm has been the ultimate Scots troubadour, taking the traditional songs of Scotland and his own prizewinning compositions to all corners of the UK and almost every state in the USA. Now joined by his wife Susie, an award winning traditional singer in her own right, together they offer harmonies and humour…tales from the road, the riverside and from the home front, and are not to be missed.

Iona Fyfe

Thursday 12th March

Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start

Tickets: £12 (£10 if tickets purchased in advance)


Iona Fyfe, has become one of Scotland’s finest young folk singers, rooted deeply in

the singing traditions of the North East of Scotland. The youngest ever winner of

Scots Singer of the Year at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 2018, she

has been described as “one of the best Scotland has to offer.”  (

With a number of high profile appearances under her belt, Iona, a mere 21 years of age, has toured throughout the UK, Poland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Canada and Australia with her band. Iona has performed with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra as part of the World Premiere

of Disney Pixar’s Brave in Concert at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Released in 2019, Dark Turn of Mind is Iona’s first EP entirely in English, featuring six ballads and songs found in both Appalachia and Aberdeenshire. It has been described as “a new interpretation to the country genre” – Maverick. In 2018, Iona performed at

Interceltique Festival De Lorient where she was described as “a Scottish folksinger, magical and charismatic” (Rolling Stone, France). Iona studied

at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and graduated with a first class honours

degree in Traditional Music.

Session Evening

Thursday 2nd April

From 7.00pm, £3.00 on the door, B.Y.O.B.

Relaxed and informal, open to all abilities and styles. Tales and stories welcome.

Bring your instrument or just bring yourself, takea turn or just join in!

Lauren Collier Trio

Thursday 23rd April

Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start

Tickets: £10 (£8 if tickets purchased in advance)


Lauren Collier is a professional fiddle player and singer in her final year of a

Masters in Traditional Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Her interest in world music has taken her to perform around the world. She recently played on the

Take The Floor Christmas show and will appear in the current series of the HBO/

Sony TV show Outlander. Her trio of percussionist Paul Jennings and guitarist

Calum Muir release their debut EP in 2020.

'Cream of the Crop'

Thursday 21st May

Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start

Tickets: £10 (£8 if tickets purchased in advance)


Nine students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland share their enthusiasm for traditional music and song. Today's talent, tomorrow's stars, they are multi instrumental and love to sing. A special evening awaits kindly hosted by Margaret Bennett.




Tickets (where indicated) are available online from Eventbrite or in person from Strathearn Arts in Comrie Street. To enquire about availability please call Strathearn Arts on: 01764 655556

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