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RURA: Our Voices Echo and N'famady Kouyaté

RURA: Our Voices Echo and N'famady Kouyaté

RURA: Our Voices Echo and N'famady Kouyaté

Celtic Connections

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£22.00* - £26.95*
Under 14s should be accompanied by an adult
*A 10% booking fee is included in the ticket price, as advertised. At check-out this fee will be shown separately for receipt purposes and to ensure the face value of your ticket is correct. Prices are subject to change. Prices may vary on the night of a show. Transactions fees may vary depending on event.
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Dates and times

Saturday 5 February 2022
7:30PM - 10:00PM
Festival favourites RURA have teamed up with five folk music luminaries to create a unique collaborative EP, premiered here at our 2022 festival. Adored for their electrifying mash-up of pipes, flute, bodhran and guitar, RURA's 10th anniversary gig sold out the Old Fruitmarket during Celtic Connections 2020. When Covid hit, gig-starved music lovers lapped up the resultant live album, which fizzed with everything they were missing.

RURA themselves used the touring pause to work virtually with musical heroes, including fiddle-player and composer Duncan Chisholm; rising vocal star Hannah Rarity; and world renowned multi-instrumentalist and Gaelic folk singer Julie Fowlis. Along with flautist, piper, and composer Michael McGoldrick and innovative piper and composer Ross Ainslie, this prodigious collective are finally together onstage, along with a stellar house band and strings. Watch those sparks fly.

N’famady Kouyaté is a young energetic master musician from Guinea (Conakry), who relocated to Cardiff in 2019.  A talented multi-instrumentalist who wowed audiences across the UK and Ireland during autumn/winter 2019/20 with his modern interpretations of traditional West African Mandingue songs and rhythms supporting Gruff Rhys on the Pang! album tour. N’famady’s primary instrument is the balafon – the traditional wooden xylophone, sacred to West African culture and his family heritage of the griot/djeli. In Guinea he founded ‘Les Héritiers du Mandingue’ a tradi-modern group that toured extensively in West Africa.

Due to logistical reasons the RURA and Special Guests show has moved to the Theatre Royal. Box Office will be in touch with details of your new seats and will aim to match as closely as possible to your original seats. We apologise for any inconvenience and hope that you enjoy this special show in the Theatre Royal. 

Evidence of COVID status will be required by Theatre Royal, through either a negative PCR/Lateral Flow test, evidence of full vaccination or evidence of natural immunity. More information will be available here closer to the performance.

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Theatre Royal

282 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 3QA