Our next forecourt gig will star local musician, Jane Hepburn, accompanied by another brilliant local artist, Andy Yearley.
Born and brought up in Stornoway, Jane’s love affair with music is deeply rooted in the very heart of our islands’ Gaelic culture and Hebridean heritage. Her musical style stems entirely from Scotland’s west coast; the people and the tunes.
Jane said, ‘Passing what I know on to the next generation is something I’m greatly passionate about. Ensuring that my pupils develop the same love for music that I have is really important to me and I’m so encouraged by the young people coming up here on the islands just now. Performing with my musical friends, like Andy Yearley, is quite possibly what I love the most as a musician and, despite quite enjoying 2020 being a year of ‘online gigs’, I am so looking forward to playing ‘in the flesh’ again.”
Strict social distancing and health and safety measures will be in place. We welcome feedback on how you feel about attending and how the gig is set up.
Please read the below details carefully:
- The gig will take place on An Lanntair’s forecourt, which will be cordoned off to the public.
- There will be 20 seats – people can sit in groups of up to two households and no more than six people (including your support bubble or extended households).
- Please do attend if you have booked a ticket – if you know you won’t be able to make it, please let us know and we can pass your ticket to someone else.
- Please only attend if you have a ticket.
- There will be a one way system in place with one entrance and one exit to the forecourt.
- We have consulted Scottish Government guidance and the local authority. Stewards will be on hand to guide ticket holders and answer any questions they may have.
- Test and Protect contact details will be collected.