- Box office 01786 274000
- Website culturestirling.org/tolbooth
Nestled in the heart of Stirling's Old Town, Tolbooth has been dubbed as one of the best live music venues in the country.
Having been rejuvenated in 2002 with a redesign by Richard Murphy, the new appeal has reinstated Tolbooth as an important feature of Stirling's culture.
With an unique history (this venue has been a court house, jail and also held Parliament for James VI), Tolbooth now strives to give the town some of the best musicians and performers working in Scotland.
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- Provides: Free wi-fi
There are 15 events at this location
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Dean Owens & The Whisky Hearts
Scotland's Americana troubadour.
Scottish piper Fred Morrison has carved himself an international reputation with his powerfully exuberant, highly improvisational style.
Gary Little: A Little Bit of Personal
Stand-up from the very large Gary Little.
Solo show from the former Squeeze frontman.
Guy Davis & Brooks Williams
Double bill of original Delta blues.
Having embarked upon a solo career, the former lead singer of Irish/American group Cherish The Ladies takes her fusion of Irish traditional and roots music on tour.
It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play on Stage
The story of Frank Capra's classic Christmas film, brought to life as a live radio play. Five actors perform the characters of 1940s radio actors, who in turn portray the characters in the film. Featuring period music and live sound effects, demonstrating how 1940s radio broadcasts were produced.
Mark Steel: Who Do I Think I Am?
Mark Steels talks about being adopted, and the remarkable things he discovered when searching for his biological parents.
Martin Stephenson & The Daintees
Now resident in Scotland, the respected Geordie songwriter performs with his band The Daintees.
New Focus Quartet
Quartet featuring Euan Stevenson (piano) and Konrad Wiszniewski (sax).
Nordic Fiddlers Bloc
The three fiddlers from northern climes (Norway, Sweden and Shetland, to be exact) play a blend of Nordic music and Gaelic song.
Party hard retro rock from singer Spike and his ragtag band of glam rockers formed back in 1984.
Expect blazing bagpipes, accordion and fiddle mixed with standard rock instruments as the 'boy band of Scottish traditional music' play live.
Workshop in traditional singing.