Peatbog Faeries and Scooby-Doo at the Alban Arena
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Celtic dance music trailblazers The Peatbog Faeries are bringing their brand of contemporary folk to the Alban Arena on June 27.
Figurehead trailblazers of the Celtic Dance Music renaissance, the group draw upon a dazzling array of influences, from traditional jigs and reels through jazz, hip hop, reggae and more, taking traditional Scottish music and bringing into the 21st Century.
In 2012 they were a nominee for Best Live Act at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, having already twice won Live Act of the Year at the Scottish Traditional Music Awards..
The Peatbog Faeries will be supported by local musician Stuart O’Connor. With four albums to his name and 1,500 shows played over seven years, ex My Pet Junkie band member Stuart’s music has been used on television and documentaries, and has been heard by audiences all over the world, as he has embarked on extensive tours of New Zealand, Japan, Australia, Europe and the UK. Tickets £17.50.
The world’s most famous ghost-hunting hound will be sniffing out clues at the Arena between June 24-26.
Scooby-Doo: The Mystery of the Pyramid features the gang getting involved with even more spooky mystery and fun.
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne arrive in Egypt where they must solve the mystery of Pharaoh Hatchepsout’s Pyramid. Easy, you say? Not if the gang has to deal with mysterious mummies, plus the wrath of the Pharaoh, who will transform anyone who dares to approach the Pyramid into stone!
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With hilarious physical comedy, popular tunes and special effects, the whole family will enjoy this brand new episode, live on stage! Tickets are £19.50 (Under 16s £14.50).
The Adoramus Choir and Orchestra present a D-Day 70th Anniversary Concert on June 28.
Adoramus, in association with the Royal British Legion, presents an inspiring concert on Armed Forces Day, to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day landings.
The programme, featuring St Columba’s College Prep School Choir, includes the world premiere of Alex Poelman’s new presentation of D-Day, the theme to The Longest Day, Hymn for the Fallen by John Williams from Saving Private Ryan, Agincourt Song from William Walton’s Henry V Suite, and Edward Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No 4.
Go along on Armed Forces Day to pay tribute to the brave men and women who took part in this significant event in WWII. Tickets are £22, £19, £16.