It was A Richt Guid Nicht !!
It was A Richt Guid Nicht over at Centrestage on Friday evening!
Friday night was a superb celebration of The Bard, Rabbie Burns over at Centrestage and their base at James Little Street.
With performances from the talents of The Unlikely Lads, Centrestage Performers, Heart and Soul, and Radiant and Brighter the audience were treated to a diverse line up of brilliant music and poetry talent.
Centrestage Director Fiona Mckenzie and Music Director Stuart Bird led the performers in beautiful renditions of Ae Fond Kiss and A Man’s A Man For A’ That. Solo performances from Jamie McGeechan aka Little Fire and Gregor Auld went down well with the audience for their performances of Burns’ Green Grow the Rashes and Parcel of Rogues.
Elaine Convery gave a wonderful solo performance whilst Stuart Bird’s rendition of My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose had the audience captivated.
Centrestage Weans had everyone on their feet with their performance of Ally Bally whilst Toasts came courtesy of Mark Quinn for his Toast Tae The Lasses and Fiona Swanson was marvellous with her Reply Fae The Lasses.
The Immortal Memory was given by the brilliantly talented Ross Fitzpatrick who also gave a stirring Address Tae The Haggis.
Music Director Stuart Bird said: “What a wonderful night paying tribute to The Bard, Scotland’s best loved son and such a huge inspiration the world over. The whole cast and crew were fantastic and the audience were just fantastic.”
The next Centrestage show will be Magic of The Musicals at Centrestage HQ, James Little Street on Saturday 11th February from 7pm. Tickets are £10/8 and are available from www.centrestagemusictheatre.co.uk or by calling 01563 551505.