Wed 11 Jul
Dates/Times & Buy Tickets
The traditional Scottish music thrives really well in the Skipinnish band, which, after almost 20 years, has more wind in the sails than ever before. The band is diligently playing and playing for full houses, and as the band writes on their website, "2017 has been the best year since its inception in 1999."
Skipinnish is the sound of bagpipe, accordion and violin and a stylish assortment of modern Celtic music, they perform a unique and sublime mix of highland tradition and contemporary music.
It all began when accordion player Angus MacPhail met Bagpiper Andrew Stevenson in 1999, where they studied at The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow. They both come from western Scotland - Tiree and Lochaber, respectively. Skipinnish quickly became one of the established names of the Scottish folk music scene.
FRIENDS 10% OFF
Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to sustain and develop the programme of arts and culture in Shropshire.