SCOTTISH Traditional Music Live Act of the Year 2016 Skerryvore return for the autumn leg of their biannual tour of England and Wales.

The band tour worldwide, with European dates and 2 separate tours in the US in 2017. They are eager to bring their unique sound to new audiences, as well as making a welcome return to familiar venues.

Skerryvore will be at Salisbury Arts Centre on Thursday, November 23.

The band started as a four piece with their roots on the tiny Hebridean island of Tiree. Fraser and Alec Dalglish, who are both from Livingston in West Lothian met Tiree brothers Daniel and Martin Gillespie while on holiday there. They take their name from Skerryvore, the tallest lighthouse in UK which lies 12 miles south west of the island of Tiree.

“People can expect to hear a mix of material from all of our previous albums as well as some of the new unheard material which will appear on our upcoming album. As always we strive to create a party atmosphere and love to get the audience involved as much as possible,” says Alec Dalglish.

For tickets call the box office on 01722 321744 or go to