St Nicholas’ Chapel in Lynn.

Scottish fiddlers, Blazin’ Fiddles, have built up an enthusiastic following with fans travelling across the country to their concerts at King’s Lynn Festival.

Several dates during the last two years have had to be postponed because of Covid, but the fiddlers will be back in Lynn tomorrow (Saturday). 

At 7.30pm they will appear in St Nicholas’ Chapel, a new venue for them, but one which has proved especially popular with festival audiences this year because of its space and airiness.

“We shall be delighted to welcome Blazin’ Fiddles back to Lynn after several planned visits had to be cancelled,” said festival chairman Alison Croose. 

“We hope both the group and the audience will appreciate the vast space which is renowned for its good acoustic.”

Blazin’ Fiddles encompasses a rare selection of the fiddlers’ Highland and island voices, backed by guitar and piano. 

The unique formula was created for a one-off tour of the Scottish Highlands in 1999 – and is still as popular as ever.

Seating is unreserved and tickets are £20 (under 18s £10) and available from Lynn’s Corn Exchange box office on 01553 764864.