Events at Trinity Church

We have a varied programme of events and aim to provide something to suit all tastes. Tickets for most events can be purchased online via SeeTickets where a small booking charge applies. Tickets are also available to purchase from the church office.

What's on

Thursday 3rd October

Dr David R Hamilton

How your mind can heal your body

£ 12
Doors Open: 6.30pm Starts: 7:30 pm

Falkirk Storytelling Festival brings you Dr David R Hamilton to discuss his updated book ‘How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body’ here in Trinity. In this new edition, David has added four new chapters to discuss the latest cutting edge information and extraordinary new techniques. These include using imagery to stimulate the immune system – a method that can benefit cancer patients undergoing conventional treatment – effectively using the mind to speed up rehabilitation from stroke, and powerful visualisation strategies to enhance sporting performance, and facilitate recovery from injury, illness and disease.

Tickets are available from See Tickets and from the Office.


Friday 4th October

Katee Kross

£ 8
Doors Open: 6.30pm Starts: 7:30 pm

Falkirk Storytelling Festival welcomes Scottish singer-songwriter, Katee Kross, to Falkirk Trinity. Katee has already worked with some top names including Dougie MacLean, Barbara Dickson, Karine Polwart, James Grant, John Doyle, Findlay Napier, Tony McManus and Seasick Steve at venues including Wembley Arena, SSE Hydro, Kelvingrove Bandstand, King Tuts Wah Wah Hut as well as appearing at Millport Country Music Festival 2018.

Tickets can be bought from See Tickets or from the Office.

Saturday 5th October

Jim Crumley

seasons in the wild

£ 5
Doors Open: 6.00pm Starts: 7:00 pm

Falkirk Storytelling Festival brings nature writer, Jim Crumley, to Falkirk Trinity. Shortlisted for the Wainwright Prize, serialised on BBC Radio 4 as Book of the Day, Jim has struck a chord with a wider audience than ever in his seasons tetralogy.

Jim has written more than thirty books, mostly on the wildlife and wild landscape of Scotland. His work has been shortlisted for prestigious awards such as the Wainwright Prize and the Saltire Society Literary Awards. Jim is a widely published journalist and has a monthly column in The Scots Magazine, as well as being a poet and occasional broadcaster on both radio and television. He lives in Stirling.

Tickets are available from See Tickets or from the Office.

Sunday 6th October

Steve Finan

£ 5
Doors Open: 6.00pm Starts: 7:00 pm

Falkirk Storytelling Festival is pleased to bring Steve Finan to Falkirk Trinity. Steve is a journalist of 40 years’ standing who has made the transition to author. He is a cobwebbed and dusty expert on newspaper and magazine archives and creates books, mainly drawing upon the extensive material in the DC Thomson archive. He also writes a weekly column in The Dundee Courier commenting on the use and abuse of the English language. Steve will be talking about his job creating books from archive materials and will discuss his books ‘Lifted Over The Turnstiles (Scotland’s football stadiums of old)’, ‘Pass It On Tips (household tips shared between 1950s housewives)’ and ‘The Doc Replies (medical advice and questions from the 1950s and 60s.

Tickets are available from See Tickets or from the Office.

Friday 25th October

Dopey Monkey

£6.00/£3.00 students
Starts: 12:00 pm

Classic Music Live! Falkirk presents Dopey Monkey – Danielle Price on tuba and Martin Lee Thomson on euphonium. Their programme includes music from their new album “Mulled”. They made their international debut performing at the Gravissimo brass festival in Portugal.

Our lunch deal will be available on the day.