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Whats On: during the month (Continued)


• Wednesday 16th May, Dunblane Accordion & Fiddle Club, 7.30pm in the Victoria Hall. Guests will be the Alan Small Band. All players, any instrument, warmly welcomed.


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Saturday 19th May, Newton School Royal Wedding Fun Day, 12-3pm (see page 8)


Thursday 24 May Dunblane Civic Society’s Summer Outing Coach will leave between the Post Office and Victoria Hall at 9:30am travelling to Falkland Palace then lunch at the Covenantor Hotel (across the road from the Palace). Coach then conveys party to the Scottish Deer Park. Anticipated return to Dunblane is approx. 6:00pm.


Spare seats will probably be available so please do not hesitate to


contact Tom tel. 822400 or Carole tel. 823316 if you would like to come along . The next meeting will be in September after the summer break.


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Thursday 24th May, - Dunblane Fling JAZZ Night 7.30 pm at The Westlands Hotel. Tickets £5. The Fling Jazz night is our traditional opening night and the evening is from throughout Scotland taking part!


Friday 25th May, Dunblane Fling GLOW! Discos at the Dunblane Centre. The coolest glow-in-the-dark disco in town...Tickets £3, available from the Centre. Disco by Ultrasounds Entertainment.


Saturday 26th May, Dunblane Fling by the River, Drying Green 12-5pm. (Entry by Donation) Come and join us to celebrate our 25th birthday! To help us celebrate, we’ve organised a big top so you can enjoy a real carnival atmosphere on the green! There are scheduled circus performances throughout the day and you will be able to come along and learn some circus skills from the professionals! The day kicks off at the Railway Plaza at 12 noon with a parade, led by the Doune Pipe Band. Follow them down to the Green and come and enjoy the fun.





Saturday 26th May, Dunblane Fling Dance with Dog’s Dinner, 7.30pm at the Dunblane Centre. Tickets £10. Over the years a group of vagabonds, spanning the musical galaxy, have played rock, pop, folk, soul, ska and even world music in a variety of combos. Once in a blue moon, they come together as Dog’s Dinner to provide special entertainment – a spicy musical gumbo with duelling guitars,a thundering rhythm section and soaring vocals. Their objective – to bring out the boogie! So get your dancing shoes on, and prepare to be entertained by songs you love, played with attitude and a cheeky mix of respect and irreverence!


• Sunday 27th May, Dunblane Fling Concert with Phil & Aly, 7.30pm at the Dunblane Centre. Tickets £20. Two stellar musicians, now embarking on their 31st year of working together. Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham have established themselves as the epitome of excellence in the world of traditional music and have been described by Mike Russell as “probably the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear”. With their musical magic and quick-witted humour they will pull your emotional strings one moment and have you falling off the seat with laughter the next.


• Sunday 27th May Dunblane Chamber Orchestra will be performing in the Victoria Hall. (see page 89) •


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Friday 1st June, Dunblane Accordion & Fiddle Club Annual Dance, 7.30pm in the Victoria Hall. Saturday 2nd June, Dunblane Primary School Summer Fete, 1.30-4pm (see page 69)


Saturday 2nd June, Concert in the Cathedral, 7.30pm. Internationally acclaimed pianist Yulia Chaplina plays a sparkling programme of French and Russian music for solo piano, and is joined by her husband, pianist and cellist Jonathan Deakin, for piano duos. The concert will include music by Debussy, Ravel, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky. Tickets at the door, or in advance from Smallprint, Beech Rd.: Adult £9 Child/Student/Unemployed £2


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• • Thursday 7th June, Blood Transfusion Service will be in the Victoria Hall at 4pm


Friday 8th June, Gin Tasting Event. Following on from last year’s very popular event Woodwinters will be holding a Gin Tasting in the Victoria Hall.


Saturday 9th June, Edinburgh Moonwalk. (see page 12)


• Monday 11th June Dunblane Arthritis Care monthly meeting 1.30 - 3.30pm Victoria Hall, Dunblane. Talk from N.H.S. Occupational Therapist. Any person or family associate concerned about any aspect of arthritis welcome to our friendly meetings. Contact Pat Anderson for information 01786 822505 Saturday 19th June The RSVP knitting group Coffee Morning, in the Victoria Hall from 10am.


Thursday 31st May, Guild Summer Rally will be held in North Church, Stirling at 7pm with the speaker being Karen Gillan telling us all about the new National Guild Projects set out for the next three years. Refreshments will be served and all are very welcome.


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