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Halloween Hoolie


Sing Together are hosting a Halloween event on Friday 31st October at Christ Church at 7pm. Join them for a creepy ceilidh with a song, story, tune or poem. It’ll be a busy event so book a terrifying turn with spooky Scarlett…..

Café Ceilidh this autumn


Cafe Ceilidh is a friendly and informal day-time session hosted by SMG’s friends Linten Adie.
Autumn dates:
Oct 14th at St Bride’s Centre 1.30pm
Oct 28th at St Bride’s Centre 1.30pm
Nov 11th at St Bride’s Centre 1.30pm
Nov 25th at the Storytelling Centre 2pm with the theme of St Andrew’s Day

Details here

SMG's Autumn Ceilidhs


We kicked off our fundraising ceilidhs with the fabulous Heeligoleerie. Next up:

25th October with Portobello Ceilidh Band
29th November with Canongate Cadjers
13th December with Robert Fish Band

Our ceilidhs often sell out – you may be able to buy tickets at the door on the night, but please buy in advance to be sure!

All ceilidh info here!

New Pub Venue for Slow Session


The Slow Session open pub session is now running at Leslie’s Bar, Ratcliffe Terrace led by Nigel Gatherer during term time.

Leslie’s Bar fb page

Thanks to ceilidh volunteers!


A big thank you to the dedicated team of ceilidh volunteers who do a terrific job running these essential fundraising events for SMG. Photo from their thank you dinner at First Coast. From the left Annie, Alison M, Hing, Alan, Paul & Christine. Thanks also to John, Lynne, Betty & Jenny who couldn’t make it along to the meal and to Alison W who took the photo!

SMG students sing to the Queen's Baton

Congratulations to Wendy Carle Taylor who lead a group of singers, including students from her Singing for Fun class, who sang 'Here’s to our Common Wealth’ in the Scottish Parliament on Saturday 14 June on the Queen’s Baton’s visit to Edinburgh.

This new song was specially written in Scots, Gaelic and English by Phil Cunningham, Karine Polwart, Ali Burns and Findlay Napier for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer. The Big Song Relay is produced by Hands Up For Trad as part of the Big Big Sing, produced by Glasgow UNESCO City of Culture.

Mixed Instrument 1 :: Free Concert


All are invited to attend a concert hosted by MI1 on Wednesday 11th June at Gorgie Dalry Parish Church at 10am.

Go hear how good they are!

Summer Come All Ye!


On Friday 13th June from 7-9pm Sing Together is hosting a wee end of term gathering following the success of last year’s event! All SMG students and friends are welcome to come along to perform or to listen.

Groups and individuals are invited to give us a tune or a song, and there will be food and drink to share. Small entry fee.

Please contact Scarlett to book a slot –