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Celebrating St Andrew’s Day in Scotland

The Caledonia Festival 2021 is bringing together an amazing talent of creative arts to celebrate St Andrew’s Day in Scotland.

The inaugural hybrid Caledonia Festival event will offer a mix of free online virtual viewing during the day as well as a live ticketed Comedy Night in Stirling from 18:30. Be sure you sign up to our newsletter and find out what’s on.
Our 2021 hybrid event focuses on showcasing 4 creative arts this year including film, comedy, artists and theatre.


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We have an eclectic line up of speakers, performers, artists and comedians from 4 creative art forms involved with the Caledonia Festival this year. Enjoy!

Event Schedule

Global hybrid event showcasing amazing performances, informative talks and yes, believable stories about monsters! This year’s inaugural virtual festival will be streamed online so you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own home but if you are in the mood for some comedy then you can buy tickets to our LIVE Comedy Night show in Stirling.

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  • Tune into one of the digital channels [Vimeo, Youtube or Facebook] to watch our Festival hosts, Fat and Kathryn, welcome you all around the world, to our St Andrew's Day celebration.
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'Life's a Happy Song' online.
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Fat and Kathryn are joined by Dr Fiona Morrison as she talks to them in Culross about Scotland's National Animal, the Unicorn.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'Six' online.
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Fat and Kathryn headed to Perth to speak with the House of Edgar Head Kilt Maker, Carol Wheelan.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • Watch the fantastic Ross Miller, Charlie Stewart, Craig Irving, Rory Matheson and Callum Edwards. Repertoire List: Set 1 - Reels D Major MacKenzie - Comp. Ross Miller Rona’s Reel - Comp. Ross Miller Mornington - Comp. Craig Irving Set 2 - The Roke The Roke, The Row and the Wee Pickle Tow - Traditional (Arr. Ross Miller) The Tram Over The Rhine - Comp. Ross Miller
    Artist
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'I'll Make a Man out of You.'
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Fat and Kathryn talk to the guardians of the National Wallace Monument about its history, significance and our St Andrew's Day celebration.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Fat and Kathryn made their way into Auld Reekie to see and hear Mons Meg at 1 o'clock from Edinburgh Castle along with a selection of other Scottish Castles to see.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'Well did you evah.'
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Emma Dunlop is a singer/songwriter from North Lanarkshire, Scotland. Her influences and inspirations include artists like Joni Mitchell, Kate Bush, Caroline Polachek, and Christine & The Queens, all of whom are great storytellers.
    Artist
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Ross talks to Fat and Kathryn about the bagpipes, plays a tune or 2 and even gets them to dance the Gay Gordons.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'All I want for Christmas.'
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Anne talked to Fat and Kathryn about Scotland's 'blooming' flower growing industry, and gives some insights into Scotland's national flower.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'Doh Re Mi.'
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Watch Red Hearted Vibrations who are a 5-piece band from Glasgow, Scotland. The band is made up of two sets of siblings: Laura (Vocals) & Steven (Drums), Craig (Guitars) & Graham (Bass) and Ewan (Guitars).
    Artist
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Gary Campbell, the Keeper of Offical Nessie Sightings talked to Fat and Kathryn at the lochside.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'Quartet Broadway.'
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Grab your whisky and cheese tasting package if you have bought one or just charge your glass with your preferred single malt and enjoy. Away from the Ordinary is a travel company quite unlike any other. The founder, Aeneas O’Hara, crafts tailor-made travel experiences in Scotland curated with you in mind. On this occasion, he took Fat and Kathryn on a virtual journey of Scottish whisky and cheese. “Aeneas and the Away from the Ordinary team curated and delivered the perfectly balanced and engaging whisky experience. Everyone from whisky novices, through to self-confessed aficionados felt relaxed, catered for and immersed in the delights of a fine and rare whisky journey without worrying about stuffy pomp and ceremony. ”
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • The Rubber Chicken Theatre perform 'Cell Block Tango.'
    Theatre
    Where
    Virtual

  • Scotland: Myths Legends and Stories - Fat and Kathryn visit the area of one of Scotland's most famous mountains, Ben Nevis, with spectacular scenery you can see right across Scotland.
    Film
    Where
    Virtual

  • Fat and Kathryn round up a great afternoon of celebrating St Andrew's Day before they sign off and enjoy this year's Caledonia Festival LIVE comedy night in Stirling. See you there if you have pre-bought tickets online.
    Where
    Virtual

  • Join us for an amazingly fun evening of comedy in Stirling. Your MC for the evening is the brilliant Raymond Mearns, who will be introducing Stuart Mitchell, Jay Lafferty and headliner, Vladimir McTavish. You deserve a night out on St Andrew's Day so make sure you buy your ticket and join us on the 30th November at the Creative Stirling Hub, 44 King Street, Stirling. Doors - 18:30 Start - 19:00 [approx] Ends - 20:30 [approx] Bar on site Seated performance Limited Tickets Masks mandatory
    Comedy
    Where
    Creative Hub - Made in Stirling at 44 King Street, Stirling

WHERE
Creative Stirling Hub
44 King Street
Stirling FK8 1AY
Scotland

WHEN
Tuesday
30th November, 2021
Doors at 18:30
Starts at 19:00
End at 20:30


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