Welcome to AIR ALBA (Gaelic - ‘About Scotland’)
At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
August 3rd to 26th 2012
Thanks for use of Burns image to owner Pete Heywood and artist Jan Miller
The Royal Oak Bar
1 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh,
just off South Bridge opposite Cafe Nero at Blackwell’s bookshop.
Come & Ceilidh (visit) with us in our cosy 30-seat room in the heart of Edinburgh
with Song, Story, Music & Craic to warm your heart & tickle your fancy .
3 Different, original shows Fridays , Saturdays & Sundays,
each one a fresh view ‘about Scotland’.
Songs, stories and music on melodeon
Tickets: £7/ 5
from The Royal Oak (in person only) from mid-July onwards
AFTERNOONS AT 2.30 pm
SHOWS RUN FOR A GENEROUS HOUR
Four -star review * * * *
Festival e-bulletin, "Three Weeks" reviewed 'Nancy's Burns' 09
‘Nancy Nicolson enchants her audience in the Royal Oak's intimate venue with
tales of childhood, Scottish folklore and of course, Robert Burns.
As she invites volunteers to share a dram you think of family and fireside
an experience unlike any other
One is left feeling oddly changed as the show ends & the spell breaks.
Nancy's talk is informative, her songs delightful.
You'll never feel more at home at the Fringe.’