What's on in 2017
Credit: Lammermuir Festival
New Work (commissioned by Red Note Ensemble)
The Wonderful No-headed Nightingale
Kindly supported by the French Institute for Scotland
Scotland’s premier new music ensemble has a superb record of bringing innovative, theatrical performance to striking venues at the Lammermuir Festival. Here, with members of the Red Note Academy (advanced students from the conservatoires of Paris, Helsinki, Oslo and from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), they present a pair of events in venues new to the festival.
A lunch-time taster concert of contemporary sounds which acts as an upbeat to the afternoon performance. Thomas Butler introduces his new commission. Lunch is available at the end of the concert from Tyninghame Tea Room. For details and to book lunch telephone 01620 860 581.
'Good things on offer at this treasurable Scottish festival.'
The Daily Telegraph
The ‘model’ village of Tyninghame was built about 1761 by Thomas Hamilton, Earl of Haddington, for employees on his estate.
Originally the village bakehouse, the Hall, obviously designed to be the centrepiece of village life, sits in prime position on The Green opposite the Old Smithy (now Tyninghame Coffee Shop & Country Store), the Old Post Office, Old School House and the Old Ale & Porter House, backed by the Mill on a tributary to the River Tyne.
The idyllic village location features a cricket pitch and football field as well as delightful views across the valley to Traprain Law and the Lammermuir Hills.
Tyninghame Village Hall
Nearest bus service runs to and from East Linton
No station. Nearest one is at Dunbar, 5 miles away.
Off the A1. Leave the dual carriageway at the second Haddington exit (miss this and you can’t get off until Dunbar), taking the A199 signposted to East Linton. Pass East Linton and turn left onto the A198 signposted to North Berwick and Tyninghame. Follow signs from there.
Free on-street parkingTerrain:
Access at front via cobbled path
Male and Female toilets, level access from the hall.
Access at front via cobbled path and shallow step into hall doorway.