Cruden Bay Folk Club
Kilmarnock Arms Hotel
Usually Last Friday, Every Month
Currently canceled due to lockdown
Virtual Club Night on 26th March
Workshops and Concerts
When you think about it, we’ve done a lot to be proud of since October 2012.
The format of the evening is usually played out in two halves, the first half being a more structured open mike session with individual performers invited to play to the audience, during this section a PA system is available. There will then be a short break during which time there will be a wee raffle to raise funds, prize donations are always very much appreciated.
Although called Cruden Bay Folk Club, we welcome a much broader range of musical genres with an anything goes attitude to what performers can choose to play.
So if you can make it to Cruden Bay on the last Friday of the month you’ll be made most welcome at Cruden Bay Folk Club, so get the date of our next meeting in your diary and we’ll see you there.
CLUB CALENDAR 2020
Friday 26th February – Cancelled due to Covid-19
Friday 26th March – Virtual Club Night from 7:30 pm
Friday 30th April – Likely to be Cancelled due to Covid-19
Friday 28th May – Likely to be Cancelled due to Covid-19
Friday 25th June – Likely to be Cancelled due to Covid-19
Friday 27th August – Likely to be Cancelled due to Covid-19
Friday 24th September – Likely to be Cancelled due to Covid-19
Friday 29th October – t.b.c
Friday 26thNovember – t.b.c
Friday 31st December – t.b.c.
This little video trailer features footage of our first club night in 2012, back then the club was meeting in the Lounge Bar of the Kilmarnock Arms Hotel.
More recently our club nights have been held in the dining room of the Killie, a warm and welcoming space which is ideal for our regulars and visitors. The club has met regularly since 2012 and over the years we’ve captured some great moments on video which you can check out by visiting our video archive page, just click here.
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Div ye like a thochtie o the doric ?
Fowk Club committe member Jill MacWilliam has been developing her ain website tae celebrate aa things Doric.
Includit on the doric future website are muckle o interesting articles interviews an a pucklie music.
If ye like a thochtie o the Doric, ye can get tae aire bi clicking here.
Slokit Light - Shetland Lights
Bratach Bana – Fund Raising CD
In 2006 a group of local musicians formed a band called Bratach Bana who recorded the highly acclaimed album, Shetland Lights.
At the heart of Bratach Bana was our Folk Club Secretary Scott Thompson, who along with 5 other talented performers launched their seminal album at the 2007 Stonehaven Folk Festival.
Cruden Bay Folk Club are pleased to announce that we now have in our possession the remaining copies of this fantastic album and they are now on sale through the club for just £5.00, with all proceeds going towards the clubs charity fund.
If you’d like to hear the title track, just use the player below. If you’d like to hear more you can order a copy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, we’ll get in touch to sort out your order.
Folk Club Workshops
Our workshops run throughout the year and including popular drumming and singing events. They are generally held in the village or at St.James’ church, and are always well attended.
Keep an eye on this page or on our facebook page for the confirmed dates of future events, our next drumming workshop will be in February, dates to follow soon. Here are a few links to previously held workshops so you can get a better feel for what it’s all about.
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