What a perfect ambiance for a show.
Held at the mansion of Prestonfield, the guests settle down in anticipation.
Dinner is served before the show. The portions of the three course meal may look small, but its filling and I couldn’t do justice to it.
The show starts with Cameron Goodall explaining (with glee and delight) what Haggis is.
This is followed by a dram of malt whisky from Prestonfield’s famous collection. The three Scotish tenors were introduced with a song and dance sequence.
There is a scene of Glencoe and the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion followed by the sword dance.
A glimpse of this can be seen in the 22 minute video (the best I could capture from where I was sitting) I liked the solo instrumentals
and also the singing by Brigid Mhairi.
On the whole an enjoyable evening.
Incidentally I spotted Cameron Goodall the next day at the Military Tattoo helping one of the Bagpipers put on his shoulder straps properly.