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17-18 September

Scotland’s landscape is rich with old stories of strange creatures that lurk within its hidden glens and deep lochs. Some are merely shy, perhaps willing to offer gifts for acts of kindness. Other are much more dangerous, by either posing a threat or foreshadowing doom.

Take a journey into Scotland’s countryside and meet some of it's most famous and elusive inhabitants.

Celtic Pipe Band bring to the stage the myths and legends of Scotland in our fourth annual stage show. Our shows are known for their blend of traditional and modern music, instruments and dance.

Our NZ grade 2 band is joined by its development band, with almost 50 musicians on stage ranging from 8 years old to 80, this is powerful music.

With erie lighting and projected images, this show is for all the family and anyone with an interest in Scotland, scottish music and dance.

A crowd favourite “Hellbound Train” from our 2014 show;

 Mary, Queen of Scots.

Highland dancers perform traditional dances with a modern flair.

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