Stonehaven is in store for a fantastic line up of gigs in the coming months as an 80’s legend, ska kings and folk heroes are all due to appear.
First the national instituion that is Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham will be performing at Stonehaven Town Hall on Sunday May 24.
With their incomparable mastery of fiddle and accordion tickets for the popular duo is selling well. Tickets £22.50 standard and £17.50 concession.
Heading back to the 80’s Toyah Willcox will play for two nights at Stonehaven Town Hall on September 18 and September 19.
The event page on facebook says: “Toyah that vivacious singer from the 80s is out on tour and every bit as good as before and looking fantastic. Exclusive to Stonehaven Town Hall for two nights only, only dates north of Edinburgh in 2015.”
With eight Top 40 singles, over 20 albums, appearances in over forty stage plays and ten feature films Toyah will not be one to miss. Tickets cost £25.
In October Stonehaven will see Bad Manners bring their high energy act to the town hall for two dates with support from north east band The Chandeliers. Bad Manners are known for their songs ‘Lip up fatty’ and ‘My Girl Lollipop’ and had a string of top 40 hits in the 1980’s.
October 9-10 with tickets costing £25.
Tickets for all the events are available online at www.masimpsons.com or visiting the shop on Stonehaven’s Evan Street.