Randolph's Leap frontman, Adam Ross, makes a welcome return to the Universal Hall to perform solo, showcasing his new album Staring at Mountains. Expect his stripped-back, delicate and catchy songwriting shaped by a lot of inspiration from the Scottish landscape and from observational songwriters like John Prine and Loudon Wainright III.
Man of the Minch is the alias of queer, folk pop act and multi-instrumentalist, Pedro Cameron. His sound blends sparkling electronic elements with rootsy Americana and traditional Celtic sounds. This promises to be a rich night of original and varied music.
Tickets £14 Full / £12 Conc / £10 U16's
Please note: there will be no social distancing in upcoming concerts at Universal Hall but masks must still be worn throughout the concert unless you are exempt. Masks can only be removed when drinking water.