Tantallon Castle will be brought to life on September 17th
East Lothian will come alive with the sound of music this September
Lammermuir Festival promotes ‘Beautiful Music in Beautiful Places’, where classical music can be heard in striking and often unexpected places.
As part of the Year of Creative Scotland, a unique and spectacular light and music performance will bring one of Scotland’s most breathtaking historic sites, Tantallon Castle, to life on 17 September. A powerful musical score will tell a tale of intrigue, battle, witchcraft and downfall as images are projected on the castle’s walls.
The festival will also host concerts at beautiful churches across East Lothian, Lennoxlove House, Glenkinchie Distillery and even a fruit farm! Check out the programme of walks and talks on offer too.
Various Venues Across East Lothian, 14-23 September.
Year of Creative Scotland is helping to spotlight, celebrate and promote Scotland’s cultural and creative strengths on a world stage. Find out all that this special year has to offer at www.visitscotland.com/creative.
Owned by Diageo, Glenkinchie is staffed around the clock to produce around three million litres of whisky a year. Situated in the rolling, peaceful farmland of East Lothian, yet only 20 minutes from the capital city of Edinburgh, ithe malt became known…
Half a mile south of Haddington, East Lothian, sits Lennoxlove House, a 14th century historic keep. It holds a rich collection of paintings and artefacts from throughout its history, ranging from the time of Mary Queen of Scots to the end of WWII.
Three miles east of North Berwick is Tantallon Castle, which sits on a promontory facing Bass Rock. Its 14th century architecture is protected on one side by a medieval curtain wall, while the other three sides are naturally protected by sea cliffs. It…
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The Lammermuir Festival presents great music in the picturesque surroundings of East Lothian, employing unusual locations (remote churches, the National Museum of Flight) to provide a backdrop for top-class chamber music performances.