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Kilmallie Community Centre was the venue for a trip back in time as The Ragtime Dolls wowed the Corpach crowd with their repertoire of ragtime classics.
Hosted by Lochaber Music for All, the talented trio took to the stage on Sunday night (January 20) in front of a packed crowd.
One third of the trio was Sally Swanson, a former Lochaber high School students and recent graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she studied musical theatre. While studying, Sally had the chance to perform her own self-penned cabaret, as well as two shows at the Edinburgh Fridge and various concerts. Sally is also a fluent Gaelic speaker and has played accordion all her life.
She was joined by Ciadhra McGuire, a Glasgow-based performer and piano teacher, and Lynn Stewart, a music student at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.