A live band promising upbeat and reflective music celebrating the Celtic history of Scotland is coming to Largs this autumn.

Places are limited to 100 seats and refreshments will be provided at the event, which takes place at the St Mary Star of the Sea Church in Greenock Road.

Entrance is by donation.

'Celtish' areset to attend on September 5 in a return gig to the town following a successful concert in 2022.

A spokesperson said: "Performances take the form of a concert in two halves, with an interval.

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"We include a range of upbeat and reflective music, instrumentals, original songs and familiar lyrics set to timeless melodies.

"As well as introducing songs with personal testimonies we often share stories about the Celtic Saints and songs based on what we have recently learned about them - Christian pioneers like Patrick, Brendan, Columba, Kevin, Aidan & Hilda all have amazing stories to tell about the spread of Christianity throughout these islands. We think these should be more widely known.

Largs and Millport Weekly News:

"The popularly of Celtic music and the uniqueness of our sound, strongly featuring fiddle and whistles, seems to give our concerts a wide appeal to audiences.

"We believe the music has power to bring healing and hope and there are usually one or two extravagant 'joy-bursts' in the programme.

"We also hope to dispel some myths about the ancient Celtic Saints.

A spokesperson for the Church of The Nazarene in Largs, who are supporting the event, said: "Julie and Nigel tour across the UK with their unique brand of Celtic music.

"Julie is a classical violinist and Nigel is a self-taught percussion and whistle player.

"They are currently on a tour of Scotland and will be playing Largs on the 5th September at St Mary's Star of the Sea Church in the Church Hall.

"They played at the Church of The Nazarene at the end of last year and the concert went down really well."

People can register on Event Brite and search for 'Celtish' or by calling 07826 856009.