Clan na Drumma are far from your typical Scottish drum and pipe band sound. With an unconventional approach that combines traditional music with a modern edge, they have created a sound that is both powerful and raw. Their music will take you on an emotional journey that is both moving and exhilarating. Clan na Drumma’s music is perfect for anyone who is looking to experience something new and exciting; from their raw drumming to the hauntingly beautifulmelodies of pipes.

Their performances are always high-energy and full of surprises, with each live show guaranteed to leave you breathless. So, whether you’re a fan of traditional Scottish music or simply someone who loves discovering new sounds, this is not to be missed.

Clann An Drumma have been building on their own sound since the turn of the century. Get ready to experience an innovative and unique twist on traditional Scottish music as our band brings you something entirely different. ClannaDrumm play in a way we believe our ancestors did prior to heading into battle, each live experience promises to stir the spirits and inspire the inner warrior. Tickets on the door from 7pm.

March of The Mods In aid of Teenage Cancer Trust is back again at The Bungalow, 8 bands for £15. Doors open 1pm.

The GO Steady play 1960’s Beat & Mod music from the likes of The Small Faces, The Who, The Creation, The Eyes, The Yardbirds, The Spencer Davis Group and The Kinks, as well as R&B and Soul songs from the era. Expect to hear an energetic set of choice covers from this dynamic 3-piece band.They are playing on Sunday, doors at 1pm.

Stand-up Comedy on Sunday features headliner Viv Gee. Tickets on the door from 7pm.

Get down to the Bungalow Jam Open Stage on Tuesday. The Jam House Band will be there to entertain and help out any performers. All backline and drumkit provided just bring your instruments. Doors 7pm.

The Bungalow are excited to welcome Mooney, Discola & Abby Allen to the stage for Thursdays Introducing Night. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5/3 students

Warren Capaldi is at The Keg tonight from 9pm. You might know his brother… he’s pretty famous, however the regulars at The Keg reckon Warren is more talented. Straight back to business after their album launch the Ayrshire lads Ocean are back at The Keg. They will be on stage at 9pm. The Keg Sessions for original artists starts at 9pm on Thursday.

Its relaunch weekend at The Cave. The new owner has been working hard and he wants to celebrate the new look with everyone. The Cave still has the same heart, same fantastic bar staff with the same banging bands and first up tomorrow night is Gordons Alive at 5pm followed by Sad Ida at 8pm. Wreckless finish the weekend in style on Sunday at 6pm.

Lots on at The Old Swan over the Easter Weekend starting with a double bill featuring Crawford Carlyle at 4pm then Addiction at 8pm. Tomorrow is another double bill with Underwraps at 4pm and at 8pm it will be Vagabonds. The Northern Soul Club starts at 4pm on Sunday and after that Bits n Pieces will be kicking off at 6pm. Acoustic gigs on Monday and Wednesday from 4pm and Lee James is in his usual slots on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm.

Live action as always at Kennedys from 3pm on Sunday and Inn on the Corner from 4.30pm. Open Mic/Stage sessions next week are: The Abbey at 9pm on Monday, Ugly Duck Monday at 7pm, The Gantry at 9pm on Tuesday, The Bungalow on Tuesday 7pm and The Keg on Wednesday at 8.30pm.


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