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Renfrewshire's musicians urged to get on the Ceilidh Trail

Anyone who can sing or play an instrument can sign up to a brand new traditional music showcase with Fèis Phàislig.

The Ceilidh Trail – part of the Spree sessions – will bring people together to learn traditional tunes and songs over the October school holidays.

Renfrewshire's musicians urged to get on the Ceilidh Trail

If you play the accordion, clarsach, fiddle, guitar, piano and whistle at an intermediate or advanced level then we need you. - just sign up to one of these sessions:

-Monday 17 October, 10am to 4pm in Paisley

-Tuesday 18 October, 10am to 4pm in Renfrew

-Wednesday 19 October, 10am to 4pm in Erskine

Everyone should come to the concert rehearsal on Thursday 20 October, before taking part in the free afternoon performance in the Spiegeltent on Friday 21 October at 1.30pm.

Two other Spree sessions are also taking place - James Grant with Create Paisley and Rockus Community Choir – both hosting a series of open events for people in Renfrewshire. Each session culminates with a final performance as part of The Spree festival.