Click here for tickets(or see link at bottom of this page)Huge variety of traditional music.Relaxed informal vibe. Chat, snack and drink while you listen!Friends you havent met yet - local folk who like folkSupported by Edinburgh Council, Baillie Gifford and Cala Homes - funding to support acts that have never been seen in Queensferry before.Real ales and complete bar supplied by Ferry Brewery, our local breweryHot food eg burgers etcAbout our venue, the Priory Church: Queensferrys oldest and most beautiful building. A lovely little place overlooking the Firth of Forth. Established as a Carmelite Friary in 1330. Restored in the 19th century. Now an Episcopal Church. Fabulous acoustics. Soak up the history as you enjoy the music! (Note: The workshops will be in other venues. We will advise venue when you book)DETAILSEnquiries? Sean Sinclair 07960 449337When? Saturday 29th September from 4pm to 8pmVenue? Priory Church Hopetoun Rd, South Queensferry EH30 9RB. Opposite the Police Station. Not that well need them!Where? 15 minutes walk from Dalmeny Station. When you come out of the station, head west along Station Road, towards the town. Turn right when you hit the T-junction at the end. Thats it. Youll get a beautiful view of the water as you walk down. The Priory Church will be on your right as the road comes round by the water.Facebook page www.facebook.com/events/240451383113652TICKETSBefore 7th Sept..�7 adults, �4 kids, �19 familyAfter 7th Sept..�8 adults, �5 kids, �23 familyOpen workshop �2ABOUT THE ACTS! Sat 29th Sept from 4pmDaniel Thorpe - Fiddler, 2010 BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year. born and brought up in the North East of Scotland, graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and DramaEmma Carr-Martin - Songwriter and singer, winner of 2017 Scots Songwriting Competition. Leith Folk Club say Her dark-tinged lyrics are deep and richFolky MacFolk Face - Super-lively folk band who write all their own material.Home Groan - Six singers from West Lothian. You cant help having fun!Graeme Pearson - Well-kent South Queensferry musicianStrings students from Queensferry High SchoolOur afternoon youth workshop playersQueensferry session players and friendsDAYTIME WORKSHOPS, Sat 29 Sept, Venues to be advisedSongwriting workshop led by Norman Lamont - Write a song in two hours!Singing workshop led by Esa Aldegheri - Discover you can sing better than you thought!Instrument hospital - Neglected instrument sitting in a cupboard? Bring it along and get it mended or tuned by Mike Ross. FREE!Whistle workshop led by Ollie Rigg - Complete beginner to intermediate. Ollie comes from a musical background rich in Scottish and Irish tunes.Open Workshop For High School Strings Students - see belowOPEN WORKSHOP FOR HIGH SCHOOL STRINGS STUDENTSRunning immediately before the main event, 1.30pm-3.30pm.Only �2!! And that gets entrance to main event too.Do you know an S1-S6 strings or wind student? Please book them in for this youth fiddle workshop!Unique opportunity for teenage players to develop their skills and try their hand at folk. No previous experience required.All levels welcome.All instruments welcome. The workshop is led by Daniel Thorpe who plays strings, but he will include all instruments who want to join in.