What's On

Thursday 17 January 2019 at 8pm


C'est si bon ! Eclectic, entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable! Join us as we round off our series of Winter sessions All welcome - bring your instruments, voices, songs, poems, stories and tenuous links - or sit back and enjoy the night! And there might be a surprise downstairs in the bar this week as the new locally brewed Sir John De Graeme Ale is launched, with proceeds supporting Falkirk historical events.

Doors 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Free (donations welcome)

Thursday 24 January 2019 at 8pm

A Celebration of Robert Burns

Burns Night Open Stage & Supper (£5)

7.30pm doors for an 8pm start

Please let us know if you'd like a ticket or if you'd like to perform a song Email or text Roz on 07517 787 345

£5 (includes haggis meal)

Thursday 31 January 2019 at 8pm

The Local Honeys

All the way from Kentucky and visiting Falkirk Folk Club for the first time we are excited to welcome The Local Honeys as our 'first foot' act for 2019.

From the rolling hills of the Bluegrass and the foothills of the Appalachians, Montana Hobbs and Linda Jean Stokley are two exceptionally talented young women who will be bringing the folk music of Kentucky to the 'wee room'.  Having been the first women to graduate their state university’s degree programme in Traditional ‘Hillbilly’ Music, The Local Honeys have gone on to win various songwriting accolades, among them the ‘Chris Austin Songwriting Award’ from MerleFest. Their debut album ‘Little Girls Actin’ Like Men’ includes both traditional and original songs and showcases the Honeys ability to tear into hard-driving fiddle tunes, sing the high lonesome sound and tell a damn good story.

£7 (£5 members)