Featuring on the festival calendar for decades, the full music programme attracts tourists to the village from far and wide.
Award-winning bands Skipinnish and Manran have headlined the Quay in the past, while a wide range of musicians take stage in the hotels, pubs and restaurants across the weekend, creating a vibrant, buzzing atmosphere.
Relatively new to the programme in 2016 were Feis an Tairbeirt, who provided traditional music and dance tuition to 8-18 year olds. Their involvement will continue, adding to the variety of the event.
A fast-paced comedy filled with twists and turns from award winning playwright, Jim Cartwright (The Rise and Fall of Little Voice). Taking place over the course of one evening, the play highlights the rocky relationship of the landlord and landlady of a busy, typical “local” pub, as the colourful regulars pull up a stool and let us into their lives and loves, their triumphs and their tragedies.
...engaging, hilarious, heartachingly sad and above all, honest...
Featuring Fletcher Mathers and Alasdair McCrone playing all 14 characters.