Grog Diary in June 2020

Being just a damn good pub, we’re all about serving great beer and mouth-watering food, and not about filling in little boxes with names, dates and events. Let’s face it, it’d be a boring page if every day we entered, “Another cracking day at The Grog & Gruel“.

But, from time to time,  there may be something worthy of note. Maybe some live music, perhaps the odd beer festival, or maybe something happening elsewhere in the town that we think might be of some appeal to at least one or two of our customers.

So here goes…

Ross and Nicky

Live Music with Ross Hull and Nicky Kirk

Ross and Nicky began playing tunes together whilst living on the Isle of South Uist and share a passionate interest in Scottish and Irish music. Ross hails from North-East Scotland and takes his influence from a wide range of musicians which has left him with a nuanced yet powerful fiddle style, equally comfortable playing a 2/4 March or a fast…

  • From: 4th June 2020 at 12:00 am
  • To: 28th February 2020 at 09:00 pm
  • At: The Alehouse
John Coletta

Live Music – John Coletta

John Coletta is the singer songwriter blamed for the Scottish folkabilly phenomenon “The Humpff Family”. John will be performing Solo, swapping his Mandolin for Guitar, Harmonicas and kick drum he will be singing his favourite covers for everyone to sing and dance to. After escaping notoriety, retiring to the middle of nowhere and some time spent cultivating his own patch…

  • From: 18th June 2020 at 09:00 pm
  • At: The Alehouse
Sandra MacBeth

Live Music with Sandra MacBeth

Sandra MacBeth is a wild highlander based in Edinburgh who has clocked up the music miles sharing the stage with such acts as Pink, KT Tunstall, The Proclaimers, Eddi Reader, Horse, swapped guitars with Mumford and sons, and most recently performing at the Usher Hall for his Holiness the Dalai Lama. With an organic rootsy style, honest and rich vocals…

  • From: 25th June 2020 at 09:00 pm
  • At: The Alehouse

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