Come to me in my dreams
Classic Music Live! Falkirk presents mezzo soprano Cheryl Forbes and pianist Gordon Cree as they perform a miscellany of songs in the historic Faw Kirk. A few of the accompaniments in this performance are Gordon’s own work. Visit Classic Music Live! Falkirk for more information.
*SOLD OUT* Mamma Mia Sing Along
Here We Go Again!
*Please note that this event is now sold out*
Put your dancing shoes on, get dressed up and come along to an amazing evening of singing! We’ll be showing the movie and enjoying the songs of ABBA, all in aid of Falkirk Trinity’s Vine Trust Project.
Our Café Bar will be open on the night, so all children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Tickets are limited and available from the Church Office.
Music Quiz Night
Test your musical knowledge and help support our Tanzania Project at the same time! Get a team of up to 8 people together, bring your own drinks and snacks and come along for a fun evening of music trivia. Tickets are available from Robert and Jane.
Call My Bluff Wine Tasting
The Bacchus Brothers will be here to find out whether you know your Sauvignon Blanc from your Soave, your Beaujolais from your Bordeaux and your Pommery from your Prosecco!
This is a fun evening for you to taste 6 wines – 1 Champagne/Sparkling; 2 White and 3 Red and see if you can tell which “Brother” is telling the truth about each wine! There will be a small prize for the winning individual or team.
Proceeds for this event will contribute to the Falkirk Trinity Church project with the Vine Trust in Tanzania. Tickets are available from the office.
Come and join us for an evening of fun, legal lying and a couple of glasses of wine and light supper!
Live in the Faw Kirk
Anthony Toner (once memorably described as ‘James Taylor meets John Prine in a second hand book shop’) makes his first appearance at Falkirk Trinity Church has part of a short Scottish visit to celebrate the release of his ninth album, Our Lady of the Wind and Rain. Since the release of the popular single ‘Sailortown’ in Northern Ireland ten years ago, Anthony has been in constant motion, releasing a string of popular albums and playing countless live performances, the songs interweaved with insightful, moving and funny stories. Along the way he has chalked up a string of memorable songs, including ‘Well Well Well’, ‘The Road to Fivemiletown’, ‘East of Louise’ and recently ‘An Alphabet’, a moving song inspired by his father’s Alzheimer’s condition. Expect an evening of peerless guitar playing and stories from the road.
Scott Ashworth will open the show on the night.
Our cafe/bar will be open from 6.30pm.