A live music event especially curated to fit with the themes of the Burns Unbroke festival. Folk-noir balladeer Rachel Sermanni’s work has been described as ‘Stately, Poetic, Rooted in the Traditional’ (Clash) and she cites Burns as an inspiration. But her work is also contemporary, with grungy guitars providing the foil for her rich and poetic lyrics on her most recent album. For Burns Unbroke, Rachel Sermanni brings a special one-off set featuring new instrumentation and many a nod to Burns.
Jamie Sutherland is the singer and songwriter of Edinburgh’s own Broken Records. He’ll be sharing new material from his first solo album, due out later in 2018.
Liima was born as much of breaking old habits as building new habits, and their second album, ‘1982’, provides a masterclass in pushing beyond one’s established comfort zones. See them live when they return to Summerhall’s Dissection Room.
Meursault celebrate the 10th anniversary of their first record, ‘Pissing on Bonfires/Kissing with Tongues’ by performing it in it’s entirety.
Featuring Burns’ most popular works – including Tam O’Shanter, Tae a Mouse, Tae a Louse, Address to a Haggis – and with lots of audience participation, poetry, storytelling and live music, Oor Rabbie is the perfect introduction to the life and works of Rabbie Burns for everyone aged 7 and over.
“Scotland’s favourite avante-garde noise makers” (The Skinny) present a Burns Night like no other. Line up to be announced, but expect an eclectic mix of musicians and poets, haggis, veggie haggis and nips of Arran Whisky.