TUESDAY 9 to SUNDAY 28 AUGUST 2022 (inc)


Dateline: Saturday 18 June 2022
AMC will run from Tuesday 9 to Sunday 28 August 2022 presenting in that time - at the last count - 82 shows from 52 companies. This website is now being updated to list them all.

All the shows are now on sale at the Fringe Office and from our own box service.

At the moment we're assuming we will have 80 seats where last year COVID meant our max capacity was restricted to 60 seats.


ALL AMC2022 SHOWS NOW ON SALE
Dateline: Saturday 18 June 2022

HOW TO BUY TICKETS FOR ALL SHOWS AT THE ACOUSTIC MUSIC CENTRE (Venue 138)

DATE  TIME  SHOW (Shows in AMBER are sold out)

Tue     9   7:00pm   Mairi Campbell
               8:30pm   Maggie MacInness and Anna Massie

Wed 10   5:30pm   Mairi Campbell
               7:00pm   Romey Wymer

Thu 11   4:00pm   Linda Moylan
             7:00pm   Donald WG Lindsay

             8:30pm   Jack Badcock

Fri 12   4:00pm   Linda Moylan
            5:30pm   Violate
            7:00pm   Auld Toon Shuffle

            8:30pm   Alex Yellowlees Hot Club Quartet

Sat 13   2:30pm   Violate
            4:00pm  
Folk & Americana: From Scotland and The Heart
            5:30pm   Jeremy Dion
            7:00pm  
World-Class Blues and Folk With a Dash of Jazz
            8:30pm   North Sea Gas
           10:00pm   Scarbados

Sun 14  1:00pm   Kunfetaga & Talking To Mum  
             2:30pm   N'zrama Ambiance
            4:00pm   Dougie MacKenzie and Brian Miller

            5:15pm-5;40pm   Metaverse 4/20
            7:00pm  
Savourna Stevenson and Steve Kettley
            8:30pm   Hoolet
           10:00pm   Scarbados

Mon 15  2:30pm   Scarbados
            5:30pm   Brack 'n' File
            8:30pm   The Springbank Voyage

Tue 16  4:00pm   Paul Brown Sings Andy Williams
            7:00pm   BrÒg
            8:30pm   The Springbank Voyage

Wed 17  4:00pm   N'zrama Ambiance
            5:30pm  Kunfetaga & Talking To Mum
            7:00pm   Baul, Troubador and Verses on Love, Lust and Flame
            8:30pm   Clive Gregson

Thu 18  4:00pm   Paul Brown Sings Andy Williams
             5:30pm   Konkoba
            7:00pm   Phamie Gow: Harp Originals
            8:30pm   North Sea Gas

Fri 19   2:30pm   N'zrama Ambiance
            4:00pm    Kunfetaga & Talking To Mum  

            5:30pm   Chloe Matharu
            7:00pm  
Archie Fisher
            8:30pm   Andrew Leslie Music Ensemble

Sat 20   2:30pm   Konkoba
            4:00pm    Colin Clyne 

            5:30pm   Billy Jones: Solo
            7:00pm  
Archie Fisher
            8:30pm   North Sea Gas
          10:00pm   Tangled Up in the Blues: The blues of Bob Dylan

Sun 21   2:30pm   Kunfetaga & Talking To Mum
            4:00pm    N'zrama Ambiance

            5:30pm   Mairi Campbell
            7:00pm  
Savourna Stevenson and Steve Kettley
            8:30pm   Ross Whyte: Provenance

Mon 22   5:30pm   Sally Simpson
            7:00pm  
Phamie Gow: Harp Originals
            8:30pm   Iona Fyfe: Scots Sang and Mair

Tue 23   5:30pm   Mairi Campbell
             7:00pm  
BrÒg
            8:30pm   Iona Fyfe: Scots Sang and Mair

Wed 24   5:30pm   Curmudgeon
            
8:30pm   Piper's Lonnen (Jez Lowe and Andy May)

Thu 25   5:30pm   Mairi Campbell
             7:00pm  
Claude Bourbon: Progressive Blues
            8:30pm   North Sea Gas

Fri 26   2:30pm   Skinner & T'witch: Folk, Flamenco and Theatre-Style Songs
            4:00pm    The Willow Trio
            5:30pm-6:20pm   Acoustic Eagles
            7:00pm-7:55pm  
Acoustic Beatles
            8:30pm   The Quiggs

Sat 27   1:00pm   Konkoba
             2:30pm   Auf Wiedersehen, Me Duck
            4:00pm    Billy Jones: Solo 

            5:30pm-6:20pm   Acoustic Sting
            7:00pm-7:45pm   Acoustic Mac

            8:30pm   Across an Irish Indian Sea

Sun 28   1:00pm   Konkoba
             2:30pm   Arthur and The Scattered Notes
            4:00pm    The Strange Valentines

            5:30pm-6:20pm   Acoustic Eagles
            7:00pm-7:55pm   Acoustic Beatles

            8:30pm   Across an Irish Indian Sea


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WHERE WE ARE
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UKRAINIAN COMMUNITY CENTRE
14 Royal Terrace
Edinburgh EH7 5AB

NB: On-street metered car-parking, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm


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UKRAINIAN COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Ukrainian Community Centre (aka UCC) at 14 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh EH7 5AB is literally just around the corner from Edinburgh's biggest theatre, The Playhouse and is handy for ...

  • the top of Leith Walk and London Road (many city service buses and buses serving East Lothian stop at the Leith Walk end of London Road)
  • Waverley railway station at the east end of Princes Street
  • St Andrew Square bus station just off the middle of York Place
  • the tram's current terminus at the east end of York Place / top of Leith Walk

UCC is less than one mile (about 1.35 km) from the Fringe Office in the High Street (click here for map). There are some good restaurants and pubs nearby in Leith Walk, along with numerous local and specialist shops. [See Google maps Ukrainian Community Centre, Edinburgh]

ROYAL TERRACE
Royal Terrace (pictured left - looking west to east) runs along the north side of Calton Hill and was designed by the renowned Scottish architect, William Playfair.  Playfair's plan is dated 1819. The terrace was finally completed to Playfair's design in 1860 and is the longest continuous street of Georgian town houses in Edinburgh. Royal Terrace became known as the Amber Mile or Whisky Row because of the number of whisky merchants living there who were reputed to be able to watch their wares being shipped into and abroad from the port of Leith (which must have been before the trees looking down on to London Road matured and obstructed the view!).


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DISABLED ACCESS TO AMC @ UCC
UCC has a portable ramp to get wheelchairs past three steps from the pavement and into the building's ground floor. Thereafter access to the Main Room on the ground floor where the shows take place is flat. There is a disabled toilet on the ground floor towards the rear of the building. Two wheelchair spaces are available in AMC's gig-space, the Main Room.

The building does not have a lift. The basement bar is not accessible by wheelchairs neither from the street nor via the internal stairs from the ground floor.


STONEYPORT ASSOCIATES, an entertainments agency based in Edinburgh, has brought together the shows which will perform at the ACOUSTIC MUSIC CENTRE @ UCC in August during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Previously, from 2005 to 2016 (inc), the Acoustic Music Centre was at St Bride's Centre on the west side of the city centre and was the 'go to' Edinburgh Festival Fringe venue for audiences looking for good acoustic, roots, folk, Celtic music (amongst other things). Something like 70%-75% of that kind of music being presented annually on the Edinburgh Fringe happened in St Bride's. In early 2017 that had to change and AMC found a new home @ UCC.

AMC actually began in 1982 elsewhere in Edinburgh, in Chamber's Street Students Union (no longer with us - now offices!!) where it ran very successfully until 1995.