PICTURES: Live music returns to Ironworks in Inverness for the first time since coronavirus lockdown
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Folk rock band Torridon performed to a small audience at the Ironworks in Inverness at the weekend.
The gig on Saturday was Scotland's first indoor live music gig since lockdown was imposed in March.
The performance was allowed as part of the Highlands' tier one rules though social distancing requirements meant the audience was restricted to just 100 people rather than the 1000 the venue could see in normal times.
All members of the audience had to remain seated throughout the gig as well.
Ironworks director Caroline Campbell said: “Live music is back, albeit very differently.
“We are very pleased with how the night went. Everyone that was lucky enough to get a ticket adhered to everything that was asked of them.
“It was great to see life back in the venue after a long eight months and it felt that a degree of normality returned.”
Posting on Facebook on Sunday, Torridon said: "What a surreal night last night, we would like to thank everyone there for behaving exceptionally and allowing us all to make history together by being the first SELL OUT live music event indoors in the UK since Covid lockdown.
"The Ironworks venue staff and security excelled in their duties keeping everyone safe, and the crowd were receptive, courteous and absolutely elegant in dancing back and fore to the toilet!!!! (Our highlight to watch).
"Hopefully now, on the back of a hugely successful night we can look forward to the music and event scene progressively opening up so everyone can enjoy live music again."