A joint production from Mharsanta Scottish Restaurant and Glasgow Music City Tours, these evening events explore the Clyde's shipbuilding heritage through stories and trad music plus a delicious Scottish meal and a taste of Stobcross, the inaugural single malt whisky from The Clydeside Distillery.
Hear the folk songs and legends of the Clyde through this storytelling session accompanied by live music. Blending entertaining tales of the shipyards, the characters who worked in them and the musicians who sang about them, this is an enchanting mix of authentic folk music, social history and laughter.
Taking place on three nights during Celtic Connections 2022, the music and storytelling will be followed by a two course dinner from a menu of Scottish favourites.
Designed to finish by 7.30-7.45pm to allow guests to get to Celtic Connections concerts.
To book, visit www.mharsanta.co.uk
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