The Byre, Inchyra Estate, Glencarse
Perthshire, PH2 7LU, Scotland

KT Tunstall playing the main stage at The Byre

Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman play the Stable Room stage

Inchyra Arts Club—our very own rural venue for live music, theatre and comedy

The Inchyra Arts Club opened its barn doors in 2014. Since then we have welcomed many stars to our stage, from The Divine Comedy and KT Tunstall to Jake Bugg and Gretchen Peters, as well as many traditional and contemporary artists from around the world.

 

The Byre has also hosted BBC events (including a Hogmanay ceilidh and Damian Barr’s Big Scottish Book Club), performances by The National Theatre of Scotland, and has turned into a rural comedy club for sets by stand-up legends Jack Dee, Mark Steel, and Alan Carr.

 

Not bad for a Scottish country cattle barn.

The story of Inchyra Arts Club, Perthshire’s finest barn-night-out

The idea for Inchyra Arts Club began over the weekend of our big family celebration in 2012—the first event that we’d ever held in The Byre.

 

All three bands who performed that night said how much they’d like to play the Byre as an actual music venue. James, Lord Inchyra, worked in the music industry for 10 years and is passionate about live music.

 

During the subsequent renovation of The Byre, hi-tech facilities were sensitively installed in this wonderfully low-tech farmyard setting.

 

 Arts Club events are allocated quieter nights in the Inchyra calendar, with The Byre showing its versatility as a venue when it provides the perfect welcoming atmosphere for concert and gig-goers. The rear corridor at the Byre, where bands wait to go on stage, is decorated with James and Caroline’s proud collection of concert tickets, collected from over 30 years of going to shows.

 

 

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Great venue. Beautiful scenery around, venue is so cool inside. Great lighting and sound. Different levels give great views and I loved that an area was set aside for those with mobility restrictions.
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