Due to the rapidly changing status of the Coronavirus pandemic and our and the artists’ commitment to the health and safety of our audiences and staff, we are sorry to announce that this performance has been cancelled, although we hope it may return later in the year.
Refunds are available from your point of sale. In this difficult time for the arts community if you feel able to donate your refund to help support us as a charity, we would greatly appreciate it https://www.thequeenshall.net/support-us
This concert brings together an amazing team of musicians to perform as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, now in its 14th year.
All the money raised from ticket sales will go to the Mental Health Foundation who organise the Festival and preside over the many Scottish charities dealing with this issue.
Performing on the evening will be Phamie Gow, Daisy Chute, Alexina and Selina Wilson, promising an evening of wonderful songs and music by four amazingly talented young women.
There will also be poetry & story-telling by Oliver Cookson and Henry Wyrley-Birch - plus some surprise guest appearances as well!
The 'White Butterfly' is just one individual way to remember a lost friend. For more information please click here.
Presented by The Queen’s Hall and supported by the Harper Gow Family
Artwork by Blaize Harper Gow
Read more about folk shows at The Queen's Hall and our guide to traditional music in Edinburgh here.