Eabhal

Eabhal

February 10, 2023
Start time - 20:00
The MacRobert Hall, Tarland

£14.00£16.00

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Eabhal at The MacRobert Hall, Tarland

The MacRobert Hall in Tarland is delighted to present an evening of traditional music and song with award winning band Eabhal!

Eabhal came together while based in the Scottish Outer Hebrides. Alongside traditional songs, contemporary and self-penned tunes, the band draws influence from other musical cultures and unites them with in their music. Hands up for Trad’s, Battle of the Folk Bands 2018 winners, Eabhal present a blend of energetic instrumental sets and soulful songs. The band have just released their first studio album, “This is How the Ladies Dance”, long listed for Album of the year MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 2019 and have been touring it to audiences throughout Scotland, Europe and China.

You’ll be sure of a fantastic night of music and song in a wonderful village hall which has been a centre for community activities, concerts, markets, meetings, functions and stage performances for decades.

VENUE

The MacRobert Hall, Tarland

The MacRobert Memorial Hall (The Tarland Hall to many) was built on the site of the former Cromar Hall in Tarland Square. Opened in 1953, it was gifted to the community by Lady MacRobert. The MacRobert Hall Tarland, is suitable for weddings, dance classes, jumble sales, ceilidhs, festivals, concerts, drama productions and so much more…. The main Tarland Hall has a large stage equipped with lighting and sound systems. The Upper Hall is ideal for small functions, parties and meetings and has a built-in projector and screen for presentations and film shows. The Tarland Hall is run on behalf of the community by the Tarland Welfare Trust, a group of volunteers who give of their time to help promote and look after the hall.

Address - The MacRobert Hall, The Square, Tarland AB34 4YL

Phone no - 07873695170

Accessibility - Fully accessible with disabled toilet. Induction loop system for hearing aid users. There is parking in The Square and around the village but anyone who needs to park close to the door can contact the venue in advance to arrange this.

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