Crieff Folk Club at Strathearn Arts

Our 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).


Crieff Folk Club presents:

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Strathearn Song Circle 
Thursday 9th February 2023 | 7.30pm | Tickets £8 (£6 in advance) | BYOB

Join traditional folk singer Naomi Harvey for a song workshop teaching in Scots & Gaelic followed by an informal session where you will be encouraged to share songs.

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Session Evening
Thursday 1st December 2022 | 7.30pm | Tickets £3 | BYOB

Crieff Folk Club Session Nights mix musicians, lovers of folk, acoustic and roots music and teller of jokes and tales into a relaxed blend that’s never the same twice. Bring an instrument and join in or just sit back and listen, either way it’s a great wat to spend an evening. BYOB.

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Graeme Stephen & Fraser Fifield
Thursday 26th January 2023 | 7.30pm | Tickets £12 (£10 in advance) | Licensed Bar

The versatility of both musicians has led to a long and colourful list of musical collaborations with respected artists in Scotland and internationally.

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The Hannah Rarity Duo
Thursday 23rd February 2023 | 7.30pm | Tickets £10 (£8 in advance) | Licensed Bar

Hannah Rarity is a Scottish traditional singer and graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she studied Scottish Music. She won the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician award 2018 and her debut album Neath the Gloaming Star was nominated for Album of the Year at the Scots Trad Music Awards in 2019. She has toured with Cherish the Ladies and was co-musical director of the Opening Concert 'Neath the Gloaming Star' at Celtic Connections festival Glasgow 2021.

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We are thrilled and delighted to announce a new sponsorship agreement with our friends The Glenturret Whisky which will supercharge our music programme over the coming years. Read more here.

Opportunity for local musicians to get together, share tunes, stories, poems and general craic! Musicians from further afield also welcome and those who like to come along and listen. We have our regulars but it's also nice to see visitors passing through Crieff who like to come along for an experience of the local area. All abilities and musical styles welcome. Bring your instrument, yourself and your story and come on down!

Session Nights


Check out our video which was created as part of "Sofafest" an online festival of the Arts hosted by Strathearn Arts during Covid in 2020. This provides good background information about the activities of the club.

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