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Fèis Thatha 2023

Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th November 2023

Disathairne 18mh & Là na Sàbaid 19mh Samhain 2023

Main Fèis Day

Main Fèis Day

Breadalbane Community Campus, Aberfeldy

Saturday 18th November

9.30am to 4pm


Ages 0 - 5 (all children to be accompanied

by a carer)

A fun, informal session for our youngest participants. Games, music, stories, rhymes, arts, crafts and more! Why not join the fun, sessions run by staff from Cròileagan Obar Pheallaidh. 

Cost: Free

Fèis Bheag

Ages P1 - P3

Fèis Bheag or ‘Wee Fèis’ offers a variety of music and arts activities for younger primary school pupils. Participants will experience different elements of our main Fèis event, giving them a fun and engaging taste of traditional music, song dance and art. Sessions run by Carrie Forbes and Sandra MacKay

Cost: £5 per child per session

Ticket includes free entry to the Family Ceilidh on Saturday night

Fèis Thatha

Ages P4 - S6

Young people can choose from a variety of musical instruments at different levels, step-dance or shinty. Participants choose from two of the below options which they will attended twice during the day. 

Cost: £15 (first child), £10 (second child), £5 (subsequent children)

Ticket includes free entry to the Family Ceilidh on Saturday night

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Family Ceilidh

Family Ceilidh

Aberfeldy Town Hall

Saturday 18th November

6.30pm to 9.30pm

£5 per person (under 5s go free)

Join us for an evening of dancing and music with the Fèis Thatha Tutor Ceilidh Band!

Raffle & BYOB

Sunday Session

Sunday Session

The Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy

Sunday 19th November

11am to 1pm

Free entry

A fun, informal jam session led by the Fèis Thatha tutors. Come along with your instruments and join in or sit back and listen with a cup of coffee. 


Everybody is welcome - thigibh ann!


Tickets will be available soon

All of our tutors are experienced, professional musicians, skilled in working with young people. We also have a pool of supervisors and volunteers who help our events run smoothly. Young people are supervised at all times and we work in accordance with Child Protection and Health & Safety Guidelines. Our staff are all members of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme administered by Disclosure Scotland.

We are committed to making traditional music accessible to all to eliminate barriers for participation. We have a number of concessionary places available to participants who require support and may also be able to offer help towards transport costs . If you would like to talk in confidence about support for learners with disabilities or specific access requirements for your child, please contact us or let us know in the booking form.

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