Film times for the week commencing Friday 23rd January 2015. Taken 3 (12A) 109mins Friday 23 Jan 14:00, 18:30, 20:50.
If you have time up until Saturday you can still see some pictures from the Highland council collection. Take in the Fred Pollock picture seen here but much better in full size in the St Fergus Gallery, Wick until Saturday 24th January 2014.
St Fergus Gallery and High Life Highland would like to invite you to view the beautiful Highland Homecoming Quilt 2014 at our gallery from 10th - 24th January 2015. If you cannot make it to the gallery by 24th January you can check some of the details and names of the contributors to the quilt in our photo gallery - see link above.
ilm times for the week commencing Friday 16th January 2015. Birdman (15) 119mins.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 9th January 2015. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (PG) 98mins.
The film times for the week commencing Friday 2nd January 2015. Annie (PG) 118mins Friday 2 Jan 13:35, 16:05, 18:35.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 26th December 2014 for Thurso Cinema. Annie (PG) 118mins.
The Old Vic's five-star, sold-out production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible directed by Yaël Farber and starring Richard Armitage (The Hobbit trilogy, Into the Storm) will be screened in over 350 cinemas across the UK for two screenings only on 4 and 7 December 2014 Two performances available at Thurso cinema. Armitage (The Hobbit trilogy, Into the Storm) will be screened in over 350 cinemas across the UK for two screenings only on 4 and 7 December 2014.
Anual Christmas exhibition this year will feature some fantastic art work by a range of local artists including Jana Emburey, Monique Sliedrecht, Jane Macrae, Debbie Lee, Helen Moore, Keith Tilley and many many more. All art work will be for sale.
St Fergus Gallery and High Life Highland would like to invite you to view a Christmas Exhibition in the St Fergus Foyer Gallery from 25th November 2014 - 10th January 2015. All artwork will be for sale if you are looking for a special Christmas present.
Waves tells the story of the unofficial history of the invention of the Butterfly stroke. It is a solo theatre work written and performed by Alice Mary Cooper.
St Fergus Gallery will have a Christmas Craft Market on Saturday 13th December. To make the gallery as festive looking as possible for this event, children and adults are invited to come in anytime during the opening times to create pretty paper decorations.
St Fergus Gallery, Wick 1st November - 6 december 2014 High Life Highland would like to invite you and your friends to visit the new exhibition Hunting for Lost Crafts which will be with us at the St Fergus Gallery from 1st November -6th December 2014. It is an exhibition of crafts and historical objects connected with the pursuits of hunting, shooting and fishing in the Highlands illustrating how historic techniques and materials have been transformed by contemporary makers - including fly-tying, taxidermy and trophy fish carving.
Head In The Clouds. Designed fro 0 - 4 year olds and their families.
High Life Highland would like to invite you and your friends to visit the new exhibition Scottish Diaspora Tapestry which will be with us at the St Fergus Gallery from 27th September - 25th October 2014. This project involved communities around the world in the celebration of Scottish heritage and culture.
The connections exhibition at St Fergus Gallery, Wick ends on 4th October 2014. Connections is a collaborative project to showcase the work of emerging and established artists and writers living and working in Caithness.
Lyth Arts Centre are pleased to announce the presentation of Verdi's MacBeth by Scottish Opera at Thurso High School. This brooding, atmospheric Macbeth returns in celebration of the 2014 Year of Homecoming.
Sax-player Brian is popular with Caithness jazz fans who have enjoyed his masterclasses. We are delighted to present his quartet to give a live performance of their new album CLOCK.
Lyth Arts Centre welcomes a group of aspiring young musicians who have been attending weekly "jam sessions" at Thurso Youth Club facilitated by Highlife Highland Youth Work staff and local musician Andy Williamson. Andy has been mentoring them while they try out cover versions of some of their favourite chart numbers and write, perform and record their own songs.
A welcome visit from one of Scotland's most revered theatre companies. They bring us a production of an excellent Canadian play by Michael Healey which has received considerable attention both in Canada and the UK since its debut in 1999.