We sorry that, because of the continuing bad weather, you won’t get the chance to sing hymns at our Mini Gymanfa Ganu on 4 March. We hope to reschedule this event for a later date. Meantime, stay safe and keep warm!
Mortonhall Golf Club are unable to clear the snow from their car park, so tomorrow’s St David’s Day dinner is a casualty of “the Beast from the East”, and has had to be postponed to a date to be agreed. Any queries, please contact Jennifer Welsher on 0131 335 3161 or at moc.liamgnull@dccswe.
The postponed St David’s Day dinner will be held at 7.00 for 7.30pm on Friday 20 April at Mortonhall Golf Club, 231 Braid Rd, Edinburgh EH10 6PB (note change of venue). We are delighted that our Gwr Gwadd will be John Evans. John has been a member of our Society on and off for some time; but for those who have not had the pleasure of meeting him he is rugby-loving, rugby-refereeing, and Welsh-speaking. He was born in Aberystwyth and grew up in Aberteifi but has lived in Scotland for many years.
The cost has been held to £25 a head and we need numbers and menu choices by Saturday 14 April please. As ever, for catered events such as this it is crucial that we get numbers in good time. By the way, if possible, it would be ever so helpful for us to have a list of those definitely not coming. Contact us at moc.liamgnull@dccswe, or phone Jennifer Welsher on 0131 335 3161.
And do please let us know if you need a lift, or can you offer a lift …
The menu choices are:
Cawl made with lamb stock or vegetable stock *
Smoked salmon patė with oatcakes
Melon served with orange sorbet
Roast lamb with mint sauce
each served with seasonal vegetables and roast and dauphinoise potatoes
Peach and plum crumble with either custard or ice cream *
Fresh fruit salad with either ice cream or cream *
Cheese plate with biscuits
Tea or coffee with mints
* Please indicate your preference if choosing these items on the menu. It will help the caterers no end.
Once again the members of the am-dram company “Forth Dimension” are treading the boards with their annual Christmas pantomime, “Knight Fever”. Our very own Huw Thomas is busy in rehearsals for this delightfully light-hearted prelude to the Christmas season.
Tuesday 5 to Saturday 9 December at South Queensferry Scout Hut, Port Edgar. 7.15pm; Saturday 2.15 and 7.15pm. Tickets (Adult £8; Child £6; Concession £7) from 0131 331 3850.
Exciting concert in Edinburgh! That is what is on offer from the Affinity Choir, a ladies choir from Cardiff, who are on tour, and appear next weekend in Edinburgh. Their concert is at 4.00pm on Saturday 7 October at Augustine United Church, 41 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL.
“Join us as we trade one Celtic Capital for another! Affinity Female Voice Choir, the largest female-only choir in South Wales, is bringing a concert packed full of the best songs from their repertoire over the last 5 years. With show hits from Les Miserables, Cats and Hairspray, beautiful choral favourites by John Rutter and Eric Whitacre and of course, some of the fabulous songs of both our great countries, we’re sure there’s something for everyone in this afternoon delight. The 40-strong choir will come to you direct from Edinburgh Castle where they will perform the previous day, and with experience of perfoming in some of the most prestigious venues in Wales (and on BBC television!) you are promised a high-quality showcase event. If you think only Male Voice Choirs from Wales can hit the heights, then think again, as these ladies know how to entertain!”
Tickets are £6 (concessions £5) and are available on-line at www.eventbrite.co.uk, by emailing moc.liamgnull@riohcytiniffa, or by phoning 07837 088199. Eventbrite suggest that limited seating is available, and encourage you to book now …