The committee has put together a full programme of events for this summer
Following the success of its first two concerts of the year, Rosehall Village hall is continuing with its programme of events for the 2022 season. With a varied selection of concerts, coffee mornings , ceilidhs and quizzes the hall committee hopes that they can provide an entertaining evening for all. Being the only venue in Sutherland selected in the Scotland on Tour initiative we look forward to welcoming some new artists to the region , and have wide selection of musical styles over the coming months as part of this scheme.
Programme of Events for 2022:
Saturday 18th June: Voluntary Groups Sutherland Coffee Morning. Come and enjoy a coffee and a chat with a selection of traybakes and shortbread. Tombola and donations to the DEC Ukraine Appeal
Saturday 2nd July: Scotland on Tour (SOT) Roseanne Reid in Concert. Americana style Folk/Roots music.
Friday 22nd July: (SOT) Ali Affleck in concert. Authentic trad Jazz / prohibition era blues with a vintage twist.
Friday 12th August: Ceilidh featuring the Susie Simpson Band including tea and raffle.
Saturday 3rd September: (SOT) JKL Duo in concert. Glasgow-based flute and classical guitar duo perform The International Poet featuring new music commissioned especially for them from some of the most celebrated works of Robert Burns.
Friday 30th September: (SOT) Elaine Lennon and friends in concert. Singer / Songwriter. Folk / Americana / Blues / Country based easy listening with a touch of folk.
Saturday 29th October: Halloween Party featuring the music of 10-piece dance band Dancing with Sharks. Ghoulish fancy dress welcomed.
Friday 25th November: (SOT) Elsa Jean McTaggert. Folk, Storytelling. A Celtic fusion of Hebridean tunes and stories.
Wednesday 30th November: (SOT) St Andrews Day ceilidh featuring the Sandy Brechin Band. Come and dance the night away to some of your favourite reels.
For more information visit the Rosehall Village & Hall Facebook page or look out for our advertising posters in Lairg and Bonar.
By Tracey Smith
Last Updated on 10 June, 2022 by Kyle Chronicle