Line Up

2021 Festival Line Up

This year’s hybrid event will feature a laugh out loud comedy showcase with 4 amazing comedians [tickets are available to purchase NOW]; as well as a virtual offering during the day with an eclectic line up of artists; some brilliant theatre performances; and a reflective short film about what makes Scotland great and why we should all celebrate St Andrew’s Day even more!


Creative Stirling Hub
44 King Street
Stirling FK8 1AY


30th November 2021

Doors at 18:30
Starts at 19:00
Ends at 20:30


Buy your Tickets for this live performance

Come celebrate St Andrew’s Day with us in Stirling at the Caledonia Festival Comedy Night.

We are delighted to announce our lineup of 4 amazing comedians who will be entertaining you all on November 30th:

Raymond Mearns

The List “A personality so huge it fills the room” More about Raymond

Stuart Mitchell

Sunday Mail “A comedian worth catching before he becomes mega” More about Stuart

Jay Lafferty

EdFest Magazine “Engages her audience with such playfulness and genuine curiosity we have no choice but to cling to her every word” More about Jay

Headlining our Comedy Night is the amazing Vladimir McTavish, Winner of Lifetime Achievement Award 2019 Scottish Comedy Awards.

The Guardian “One of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit” More about Vladimir


Giving Artists Opportunities

The Caledonia Festival is delighted to give the following grassroots and emerging artists a platform to showcase their amazing talents as part of our virtual programme this year.

Ross Miller Music

Emma Dunlop

More to follow…


Scotland: Myths, Legends and Stories

Watch our Cale Fest presenters, Fat and Kathryn, as they visit some of Scotland’s great locations in a whirlwind tour.

They will be joining up with some amazing guests to talk about all things Scottish, so ask yourself how you celebrate St Andrew’s Day and what do you think is great about Scotland.

The inspiration for making this short film was taken from our incredible new branding. The locations visited were based on each letter’s representation:

c is our national animal, the Unicorn
A is our national dress, the Kilt
L is the National Wallace Monument
E is Scotland’s Castles
D is our bagpipes
O is our national flower, the Thistle
N is our very own monster, Nessie
I is our national drink, Whisky
A is our hills and scenery


The thrills of the theatre experience.

The Caledonia Festival is excited to welcome the Rubber Chicken Theatre, Dunblane’s Performing Arts Family.

Pamela and the team have been producing shows, teaching and supporting the performing arts across Dunblane for 16 years. We love our wee performing arts family and welcome anyone with an interest in the arts. We are a social enterprise and work with several local charities, organisations and schools to provide access to the arts where there are barriers to participation.

We offer drama classes, workshops, community choir, shows, performing opportunities (on and off stage) for small children through to retired adults. No auditions are required – it’s about building a performing arts family, building confidence and friendships through performing arts available to all.