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Tamfest returns for its seventh year in october 2021

There sat auld Nick, in shape o’beast;
A towzie tyke, black, grim, and large,
To gie them music was his charge:

Join us and experience the most fun you will have in October and Halloween! With a month of hauntings, legends, folklore, the macabre and very creepy high impact and unique events, it will make it a Tamfest you won’t forget!

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Buy Tam a Dram! Tamfest is run by a local charity. If you buy Tam a Dram it will help support Tamfest this year and keep the festival growing!Please go to our website WWW.TAMFEST.CO.UK to donate to our Paypal account. Your support is deeply appreciated!#tamfest #virtualtamfest #halloween #festival #virtual #scotland #ayr #robertburns #events #event #charity #donationPhoto by Kerrin Carr Photography ... See MoreSee Less
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When Robert Burns wrote of the legendary ‘towzie tyke’ in his famous poem, Tam o’ Shanter, the depiction was one to strike a curious fear into the readers heart!To learn about the mysterious towzie tyke, please go to our blog section at www.tamfest.co.uk to find out more!Poster design by Launch Digital #virtualtamfest #tamfest #festival #festivals #event #events #robertburns #ayr #scotland #music #virtual #virtualfestival #halloween ... See MoreSee Less
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Throwback to one of Scotland's top artists, Lachlan Goudie reading from his great new book - The Story Of Scottish Art at Tam's Sunday Club!The Story of Scottish Art is a fascinating story of how Scotland has defined itself through its art over the past 5,000 years!In addition to painting Lachlan has written and presented several very sucessful documentaries for the BBC. His landmark series ‘The Story of Scottish Art’ was critically acclaimed and Lachlan received a nomination from the Royal Television Society Scotland for the ‘Onscreen personality of the year’ award.#virtualtamfest #tamfest #festival #festivals #event #events #robertburns #ayr #scotland #music #virtual #virtualfestival #halloween ... See MoreSee Less
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