The Fingal Centre, which accommodates our piano, has a stage and a large, raked auditorium seating about 250.
The capacity of St Columba’s is more modest but there will be plenty of room for you; it has remarkably good acoustics, the seats are comfortable — we don’t have to endure listening in pews! — the church is heated, and we have made it easy to sample the concerts and painless to join.
St Columba’s Episcopal Church is in Park Road, Portree, about 100m north of the north corner of Somerled Square. The grid reference is NG482437 (or set your satnav for IV51 9EH). It was designed by Alexander Ross in 1884. The three-light west window, by E I Ingram, is a memorial to Flora MacDonald, who helped Prince Charles Edward Stuart escape after the Battle of Culloden in 1746.