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Gig featuring local bands Little Halo and MacTa to raise funds for Grant Hall in Rothes


By Jonathan Clark

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A DUO of local bands are set to take part in a fundraiser for a Moray hall on Saturday night.

MacTa and Little Halo will play at Grant Hall in Rothes on Saturday, November 4, at 8pm as part of an event put on to raise funds for the building.

MacTa have been building up their reputation over the last few years and are finalists in the British and Scottish Wedding Awards.

They have played a number of local charity fundraising gigs including The Conversation: I am me and the Out of the Darkness Theatre.

Local band MacTa organised the gig to raise money for Out of the Darkness
Local band MacTa organised the gig to raise money for Out of the Darkness

The group have also been invited back to MacMoray in 2024 after a successful debut this year.

Little Halo, featuring Nikki Henderson and Sarah Jane Scott, who also sing with Sold On Soul, will be providing the support on the night.

Little Halo are performing as part of the fundraiser.
Little Halo are performing as part of the fundraiser.

The local Rothes quines are back to support their local town with their special blend of voices and sweet harmonies.

There will be music for all tastes and designed to fill the dance floor.

Tickets are £15 and available from Louise Kelman at The Grant Hall. The price includes stovies.


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