*SOLD OUT* Mamma Mia Sing Along

*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.

Ceilidh Trail Album Launch

Madderam will be doing a special concert in order to launch the album they created at the end of the 2018 Feis Fhoirt Ceilidh Trail Tour! Tickets are £5 and kids go free. The album will be performed in full and copies will be available at the gig. Tickets can be obtained from the Church Office.

The Bairns Big band with Close Shave Barbershop Ensemble

Over the last 6 months, the cream of Central Scotland’s players have been rehearsing in secret. Now they’re ready for their debut performance as The Bairns’ Big Band. Also performing is top Glasgow barbershop ensemble ‘Close Shave’. This should be a night to delight all music lovers with everything from The American Songbook, through Doo-Wop to Pop and Jazz Funk. Tickets are £10.00 from See Tickets and funds raised will be donated to The Vine Trust project.

Falkirk Caledonia Choir

We are delighted to welcome Falkirk Caledonia Choir to the Faw Kirk to entertain us! They are a friendly, medium sized choir based in Falkirk and sing a good variety of part songs, sacred, Scottish, musicals, opera and anything else they can get their hands on. All proceeds will go to the Falkirk Family Life Centre.

Accordian Youth Showcase

In the week leading up to this event, 10 of Scotland’s most promising young accordionists will have been attending an inspirational 5 day course, sponsored by the Falkirk Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. This concert will also feature Adin Graham and Emma Dickson, Scottish accordion and piano duo, and young Ukrainian virtuoso accordionaist, Maksym Hafych. Tickets are £5 (under 16s free) and available from See Tickets or 01324 621981