Following recent success at the Traditional Music Awards in which SEALL won Venue of the Year, Duncan MacInnes, one of The Touring Network’s most established promoters, takes part in an interview with Gordon, for the Touring Network. We learn about his past as an event organiser, what inspired him in the first place and what’s […]
SEALL’s Duncan MacInnes spent five days over the last weekend of January at the brilliant Showcase Scotland. This is part of Celtic Connections where over 190 festival and event delegates gather to hear some great music and talk to each other. He saw over 35 bands in 14 venues in 5 days; spoke with 80 […]
SEALL’s opening concert of our 25th year was a full house January concert with the Hon Rodney Macdonald of Cape Breton (how often do we get ex-Premiers on our stage?). At one point he invited Kyleakin’s own hot-footing John Sikorski to come up for some steps. John declined on the grounds that he did not […]
Lucy Conway from Eigg is supporting SEALL’s development project and here shows off SEALL’s brand new banner. This had its first public outing at Celtic Connections on Saturday 16 December at the concert with ‘Tional’ the ‘new Gaelic super-group’ that SEALL has nurtured over the last few years.
SEALL is delighted to take aboard the new ‘Scottish Music Brand’. This was launched by Hands Up for Trad at the recent Scots Trad Awards (did we tell you we won ‘Venue of the Year’?!) to promote our music as ‘Scottish’ across the world, rather than just generically ‘Celtic’.
SEALL is promoting a lot more events for young people this Spring. Working with some of the best puppet companies and children’s theatre and dance performers we present a programme of events, both during term-time for local schools and during the Easter holidays for everyone. 18 February Catherine Wheels Theatre ‘Story of the little Gentleman’ […]