Here's the Final Programme for the weekend...
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Friday 17th July
Saturday 18th July
Sunday 19th July
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Fri 17th Jul, 8.00 pm
The good folk of Comrie will be very familiar with Chris’s eclectic, but always high-quality, mix of talent and musical tradition. Her online line-up is a perfect example of this approach with a fine blend of folk, classical and bang-up-to-date music for you to enjoy.
Crieff Folk Club
Sat 18th Jul, 8.00 pm
Crieff Folk Club is renowned for attracting an exceptionally high calibre of singers and musicians to come to Crieff to perform their cosy, intimate gigs. Join Neil Thomson as he showcases some of the very best music from former and future folk club guests.
Strathearn Music Soc
Sun 19th Jul, 4.00 pm
Renowned pianist, Clare Hammond joins talented local musicians, Amy Smart, Finn and Bríona Mannion and The Buchanan Duo for an online concert of quality music.
The White Stuff
Sun 19th Jul, 7.30 pm
Join Chris White and Megan Rawcliffe as they host an evening of local and up-and-coming artists. With live performances, interviews and a music quiz to get your teeth into it’ll be a great way to round off the Festival.
Crieff at the Movies
Sun 19th Jul, 7.30 pm
The broadcast premiere of Nigel Gatherer’s fascinating compilation of film clips involving the Strath capital. The clips span the 1940s to 1980s and are taken from home movies and documentary films donated by local people. Interested in local history? Want to reminisce about a by-gone age? Then don't miss this one-off opportunity.
Strathearn's Got Young Talent
Sat 18th Jul, 4.00 pm
Aged between 10 and 21 on 18th July? Want to show Strathearn what you can do? Then you need to make a video and send it in by 6th July at latest. Further info and entry details from .
Learn Guitar workshops
Beginners: Fri 17th Jul, 2.00 pm
Improvers: Sun 19th Jul, 2.00 pm
Join guitar virtuoso and experienced tutor, Dan Jones, for an interactive and engaging workshop. Primarily aimed at acoustic guitar players aged 16 and over.
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*donations to S.O.F.A. much appreciated!
Dance workshop with Janice
Sat 18th Jul, 11.30 am
Get your Saturday moving with Janice's online dance workshop. Her fab selection of music is guaranteed to get you moving and having fun. 30 mins of this and you'll feel better and be set up for the rest of the day.
3.00 - 3.20 pm each day
Culture Perth and Kinross’s Dr Nicky Small is out-and-about exploring the droving routes of Strathearn with Crieff and Strathearn Drovers Tryst organiser, Gil Martin. On location, they discuss the life of drovers and the impact and legacy for Crieff. In three, 20 min parts
Robot & Bob's Transgalactic Library Adventure
Sat 18th Jul, 11.00 am
The robot 'Patterson' has come to our planet to refuel by learning new words. Bring along something to read to help his space craft refuel! The Robot and Bob mix artificial intelligence, web animation and cardboard, to bring you a literary experience like no other. Educational fun for all the family. Stars the robotic vacuum cleaner and performer, r530.
The Culture Perth and Kinross Literary Show
Sat 18th Jul, 6.30 pm
Featuring readings and discussions from Strathearn-based authors, Helen Grant and Tracey Emerson. Find out how their careers have been inspired and influenced by Strathearn and where their writing journey will take them next.
Introduction to Ukulele Workshop
Sun 19th Jul, 2.00 pm
Have you ever had a yearning to play a musical instrument? The ukulele is an ideal start. Even if you’ve never played before, tutor Nigel Gatherer will guide you through the first steps and you’ll end up having played a couple of songs before you leave. All you need is a ukulele (and someone to help you get it close to being in tune). Players of all abilities are free to join in, but absolute beginners will be favoured.
Meet Strathearn's Artists
3.30 - 3.45 each day
June McEwan, from Crieff Arts Festival, talks meets up and chats with local artists, David Campbell, Alex McAdam and Peter (Pedro) Brock and showcases their work.
Sat 18th Jul, 2.00 pm
Sun 19th Jul, 2.00 pm
Remake Scotland is a creative reuse charity and seeks to reuse materials for the benefit of our community.
Two online workshops will show you how to make a new tote bag out of an old shirt or top (Saturday) and how to make a Harry Potter Wand by whittling willow twigs! An essential skill for any parent! (Sunday)