Glachbeg have recently announced their line up for the November night (see here). However following on from the success of these nights and of the Free Range Folk Stage at Belladrum, they are announcing a new initiative.

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In a bid to help grow local talent ( the likes of Megan Blyth and Alice Bentley have played at the venue and a vast array have played the Free Range Folk stage) they are looking for additional new young talent to play the venue at the nights.

The (extremely) family friendly venue is a great environment to learn the ropes in a supportive and enthusiastic environment.

Glachbeg are looking specifically for school age performers, so if you are keen to break into performance or would like further information then please email Bob at bob@glachbeg.org.uk.

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