SCOTTISH musician Mairi Campbell will be gracing the stage in Giffnock next month as she tells the story of her adventures with the country’s most famous song.

Auld Lang Syne is the award-winning performer’s sequel show to Pulse, a one-woman production she created in 2015, and will hit the Eastwood Park Theatre on Saturday, February 23.

Campbell has been praised on multiple occasions for her singing voice and musical skills.

Over the past decade she has won titles such as Scots Singer of the Year, Tutor of the Year and Instrumentalist of the Year at the Scots Trad Music Awards. 

She initially gained prominence as one half of the folk band The Cast, alongside her husband Dave Francis, with whom she has had a long and fruitful collaboration.

Their first album, The Winnowing, includes their version of Auld Lang Syne which was featured on the soundtrack of the 2008 movie Sex and the City. The song can be heard during the New Year’s scene of the film, accompanying a montage of the main characters’ activities that night.

Auld Lang Syne includes tales of time, love and friendship in an original sequel to Pulse. With live music, animation and movement, the funny and heartfelt show resonates with wider universal truths.

The show has been co-devised by Kath Burlinson with original music by Dave Gray and Campbell herself.

The performance will begin at 7.30pm at the Glen Road venue.

Tickets are £12 for adults and £9.50 for concessions, and these can be purchased by calling the box office on 0141 577 4956.

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