Brass Band Concerts
Campbeltown Brass advances the education of the public in the art of brass band music by the presentation of public performances. It encourages and educates, particularly but not exclusively, young people to learn to play musical instruments and promotes the heritage of brass bands through tuition and use of instruments.
Cowal Music Club
Cowal Music Club gives the Cowal audiences a high musical level and a great variety of all kinds of music including jazz (traditional as well as modern), classical including commissioned pieces and Scottish.
Oban Pipe Band
To study, practice and perform Pipe Band music and to further the love of Pipe Music.
The Association exists to promote professional arts in the Island – to bring artists, musicians, and theatrical productions to Islay.
Piping at the Castle
Enjoy the bagpipes first by the 1745 House Museum and then by the Castle. To find out more go to Dunollie website.
Tenderhooks Performance Art
Tenterhooks are a visual artist and two theatre clowns. They put our audiences at the heart of the bold and playful performances they make. They thrive on the risks and rewards that come with making work that is spontaneous and which continues to evolve in performance.
Argyll And Bute Concert Tours
Argyll and Bute Concert Tours organises performances by professional artists and larger groups which would otherwise be outwith the financial resources of its individual members.
Musical Theatre Group
Helensburgh Savoy is an inclusive musical theatre group which encourages all ages and abilities to take part in productions. Asides from singing and acting other talents are also welcomed to support productions behind the scenes. Email for more information.
Friends of Ardencraig Gardens
Achievement Bute is working in partnership with Charlie Hindley of Bute Youth Theatre and the Friends of Ardencraig Gardens on a unique drama and heritage project
The Lorn Drama Festival happens every year (usually in May) at the Corran Halls in Oban. Featuring amateur drama and acting talent from across Argyll and Bute, it’s arranged entirely by volunteers and showcases around 10-15 plays by local drama groups.