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18 Aug 2016 - 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

terry neason

(Just confirmed Allan Tall will be joined by special guest Terry Neason who will perform with him in Cottiers on 18 August. Friends and collaborators since 7:84 Theatre and Wildcat, they last shared the stage in Terry’s band of the ’90’s. He will also be joined by another special guest Fraser Spiers, with whom Allan first played at the Edinburgh Festival back in 1968 ! … this is a show not to miss …)

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Cottiers Theatre

Tickets £13.50 (inc. ticket admin fee) (fee applicable to all tickets, including tickets bought on the day)

Allan Tall’s music is beautiful! One of the finest musician-actors on the Scottish stage. – The Scotsman

Outstanding ! – John Renbourn

His playing was everything it should be and more. He somehow managed to fill in the bottom end with gutsy chords and produce twinkling other world embellishments at the same time. Or was is magic? – The Living Tradition

Don’t miss this man ! – Rock ’n’ Reel

From his roots performing at Glasgow Folk Centre, the Maryland and the Picasso through his work with James Kelman, Tom Leonard, Alan Spence, Liz Lochhead and Alasdair Gray, to his work with the legendary 7:84 and Wildcat Theatre Company, Allan Tall has built a reputation as one of the finest musician-actors on the Scottish stage.

He has toured and recorded with folk icon Dick Gaughan and has worked with such notable companies as Cornelius Cardew’s Scratch Orchestra, Tom McGrath’s Other People, Borderline Theatre Company, 7:84 (original AND 7:84 England), Wildcat and his own Roughcast Theatre.

On guitar, flute and saxophone, he has played with poets from Allen Ginsberg to Adrian Mitchell, musicians from John Renbourn and Isaac Guillory to Tim Hardin and Aly Bain.  He has played in several bands, worked with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, toured with Capella Nova and recorded a well regarded CD of his own songs.

He’s appeared in films with Romy Schneider, Harvey Keitel, Mel Gibson, Bill Forsyth and Ray McAnally.  On TV, he’s performed alongside Richard Briers, Robbie Coltrane and Chic Murray  and has featured in Monarch of the Glen, High Road, Hamish MacBeth and several episodes of the classic crime drama Taggart.

This is a seated event.  Tickets sold as General Admission (you will not be allocated a specific seat in the auditorium).  Tickets are also available from other suppliers.  If Cottiers’ allocation of tickets is sold out, it may still be possible to purchase from other ticket vendors.  Please check online for more information.

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Cottiers,
93-95 Hyndland St
Glasgow
G11 5PU
Bar & Restaurant

Tel: 0141 357 5825
Email: events@cottiers.com

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