18 – Catriona MacLeod

In this episode I talk with Catriona MacLeod
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Catriona, is a singer and cabaret artist who goes by the name of Cat Loud when on stage.

Catriona is part of the famous MacLeod family in Tobermory. We talk a lot about growing up as part of a well known family, and her childhood in Tobermory.
We then venture further into her student days and talk about the growth and development of her performing career.

If you have time and are so inclined, I’m running a short online survey that I’ll keep up until the first week of February to find out about how you engage with What We Do In The Winter. You can find a link to it in the text along with this podcast file, on our website and on social media. I’m looking to build more of an audience for the podcast, and I’d like to know how you interact with it at present to allow me to understand how to grow it. 
It can be found on this link: https://goo.gl/forms/xNuWBKB2aTiKmi1k1.

Thank you for your time!

Episode Links:

Duart Castle

Alasdair MacLeod

Oudtshorn

Hugenots in South Africa

Alistair MacCulloch

Clan MacCulloch

Bobby MacLeod

The Mishnish

Lemmings

Starling Safety

Lochaline

St Andrews Uni

Postgrad in Theatre & Performance Practices at Glasgow Uni

Cat Loud’s Big Night In Film

Free Fringe

Byre Theatre, St Andrews

Vault Festival

Jock Tamson’s Bairns at the CCA

Prague Fringe

Bobby MacLeod – Modern Medley

Felipe and The Blueswater

Finn Anderson

Fraser Parry – cellist for To the End of the World! – also composes and performs under the name Try Happy

Photo by Richard Bray

Thanks for listening!

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