Calendar of weekly gigs


Admission is usually ...
£10 (general), £7 (members), £5 (students)
... unless stated otherwise.


Jan26

CANCELLED - Burns Supper

Iona Fyfe with Aidan Moodie

Ukrainian Community Centre, 14 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh EH7 5AB

Multi-award-winning folksinger Iona Fyfe with guitarist Adrian Moodie present folk songs in the Scots language. With several Edinburgh Festival Fringe sell-outs (AMC @ UCC) Iona is a most sought-after Scottish singer. After only about five years, she is now very well established as one of Scotland's finest folksingers. With roots deep in the traditions of the North East of Scotland Iona was the youngest ever winner of the Scots Trad Music Singer of the Year Award (2018). "one of the best Scotland has to offer." (Global-Music.de). Iona's accompanist tonight is the pretty remarkable Aidan Moodie from Orkney who is a member of both Gnoss and Manran.

£12, £8 (members), £5 (students)

Tannahill Weavers - postponed to April 26 2023

Ukrainian Community Centre, 14 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh EH7 5AB

With fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, haunting ballads and a good dose of humour, and joined by Scotland's youngest Clan leader on bagpipes and fiddle, the variety and range of the material they perform is matched only by their enthusiasm and lively Celtic spirits.

"Formed from a Paisley pub session in 1968, seminal trailblazers the Tannahill Weavers now also rank as national treasures." Glasgow Celtic Connections 2018

"The music may be pure old time Celtic, but the drive and enthusiasm are akin to straight ahead rock and roll." Winnipeg Free Press

Andy Chung

Ukrainian Community Centre, 14 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh EH7 5AB

Andy Chung was born in Kirkcaldy, in the Kingdom of Fife, Scotland, his family having emigrated from Hong Kong and settling there in the early sixties.

Showing a talent for the creative arts in his childhood, Andy went on to study, first at Edinburgh's Telford College and then, at the Glasgow School of Art.

However, with a growing interest in music, he found himself playing guitar and fronting various bands before securing weekly solo residencies in a number of renowned Edinburgh folk music bars including the Royal Oak, the Hebrides Bar, the Scotsman Lounge and Sandy Bell's.

Still travelling the highways and byways of his beloved Scotland, Andy is as ever, in popular demand as a consummate musician and entertainer.

"Chung would alternate between ballads and bawdy tavern songs to entertain us. It's rare to find a performer of Burns that can perform his songs so genuinely and beautifully that can bring the audience to tears" BROADWAY BABY REVIEW (Edinburgh Festival Fringe).

£10, £7 (members), £5 (students)

Other events / info


Sat 12 Nov 2022 at 12:30pm (doors 12:00pm) until approx 1:30pm
Annual Hamish Henderson Lecture

Venue: Scottish Storytelling Centre (Theatre), High Street, Edinburgh.
Admission free but ticketed.

Guest lecturer: tba


Wed 19 Jan and 18 May 2022 at 8pm (doors/bar 7:30pm)
Singers / Open Mic nights - all welcome

Ukrainian Community Centre
Admission £5 'on the door' only (not available through our online box office) to cover room hire costs