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Spirit of Scotland Show involves a rip roaring evening of traditional Scottish song and dance accompanied by a great selection of quality Scottish food to delight your pallet. Our resident band and traditional Scottish Dancers provide breathtaking performances for their audience and never fail to entertain. We propose to put on a very strong show. As a former tour guide/ driver I am very much aware of my competition in Edinburgh and I feel that with the grouping I have put together in Edinburgh I can surpass my competitors. In entertainers my Master piper is Andy Coulter, he is one of the most accomplished pipers in Scotland today and one of the favored Pipers for all Royal events. He learned his trade while serving in the first battalion of the Royal Irish Guards and participates in the Trooping of the color and Beating retreat at horse guards. He has been a regular visitor to Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. He has played personally for her Majesty the Queen, and members of the royal household and various state functions.Philip Henderson on vocal and guitar and fiddle player is called Jani although born in Yugoslavia he has lived all his life in Scotland and is very much known and accomplished in Scottish music circles. Our Box player originated in Dublin and resides in Edinburgh. We also have a Banjo and mandolin player. We intend to feature baby grand piano and female vocalist Sally. Our dance choreographer Lynsey will be in charge of 4-6 dancers who will participate in our show nightly. Our cast will consist of 14 including sound and lighting.
My husband and I went to the Spirit of Scotland for a Traditional Scottish Dinner & Show recently with a bus tour. We enjoyed it very much. The food was delicious. I had the beef with root vegetables. The meat was very tender. It was...More
We splurged on this dinner show based on the good reviews. Ninety minutes in, we had sat in an ugly room and eaten terrible, bland, cafeteria-style food delivered impossibly slowly, and the only "entertainment" was a lackluster bagpipe player accompanying an unintelligible poem that lasted...More
What a treat! The talent in this show is amazing. From the wonderful voice of Bruce Davies to the talented fiddler and piper and the energetic highland dancers....it was a wonderful evening out. The food was, unexpectedly, very good. The beef was tender and the...More
A great night for a first time visitor to Scotland - well organised, good food and great performers. Bottles of wine placed on the table meant there was no extra cost after paying the 65 pound cover charge. The audience seemed to consist of large...More