This July the 30th Justin Currie, Karine Polwart, James Grant, Kris Drever, Dean Owens, and Emma Pollock will join special Canadian guests Cyndi Cain and Joey Landreth and a house band led by Stuart Nisbet to explore the influence Canadian artists have exerted over generations of writers and performers across the world, in particular those playing music with roots in the southern states of the USA. These include The Band, the original Americana group, and icons who defined what it was to be a songwriter – Neil Young, Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell. North Star will also include songs by some of Canada’s seemingly endless roll-call of great artists in a unique one-off show that will appeal to all fans of great songwriting.
Southern Fried also includes smaller gigs in city centre venues, open mic sessions, a free outdoor stage, a daytime acoustic stage and various fringe events plus a generous serving of the famous Southern Fried soul food. More acts are still to be announced. Get your tickets here.
This incredible prize, including flight simulator training and celebratory glass of bubbles afterwards, allows you to take the controls for the experience of a lifetime!
Niall McGill has been a professional golfer for over 25 years, and has established a reputation for being the region's go-to man to improve your game.
Perth Strathtay Harriers has been providing the kids and adults of Perthshire with fantastic opportunities to get involved in athletics since the 1940s and currently train at the George Duncan Athletics Arena weekly.
November 12th Sunday 2017
Mindspace run a number of different projects aimed at combating stigma, treat depression and ultimately reduce the worrying statistics around suicides and mental health problems. They've been put forward for funding via the Aviva Community Fund and they need your votes to help secure the cash which will enable them to continue their work.
November 8th Wednesday 2017
Horsecross Arts has announced that a studio in the revamped and restored Perth Theatre will be named in honour of former artistic director, Joan Knight, dubbed the first lady of Scottish theatre.
November 6th Monday 2017