Winter Wonderland adds WOW factor. A number of new attractions will take place in Whin Park, Inverness this weekend (Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 December 2014) at The Highland Council's Winter Wonderland event.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 12th December 2014. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies HFR (12A) 144mins.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 5th December 2014. Paddington (PG) 95mins.
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.
Tuesday 2nd to Friday 5th Dec curtains up at 7:30 Saturday 6th Matinee curtains up at 2:30. Tickets available from The Flower Patch, River Street, Wick or at the door £6 flat seating and £8 Tiered seating.
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.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 28th November 2014. Paddington (PG) 95mins.
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.
UP-AND-COMING BAND KICK OFF TOUR IN CARLISLE 'Cumbria Live' is carrying the story about Caithness band 'Neon Walz' hitting the trail around the UK and starting in Carlisle. See full article HERE.
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.
Antler Theatre are touring to Melvich Village Hall after successful tours to the Edinburgh Fringe and elsewhere. Come see 'Where the White Stops' - for adults, but suitable for 8+ year olds - check the video to see if your under 8 will like it.
Over 300 young musicians from across the Highlands have been busy rehearsing for their unique showcase Concerts Festival which will feature the eight diverse groups working under the umbrella of Highland Young Musicians. Held in the Osprey Arena at MacDonald Aviemore Resort on Saturday 22 November, the festival will open with the full symphonic sound of the Highland Regional Youth Orchestra, conducted by the RSNO's Jean-Claude Picard at 2.30pm.
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.
The V&A/RCA postgraduate programme, which includes MA, MPhil and PhD in the History of Design, invites applications for two fully funded MA scholarships: The Friends of the V&A Scholarship and the Oliver Ford Trust Scholarship. These scholarships cover fees for the two years of the MA and include maintenance grants of up to 3,000 GBP per year.
Writer George Gunn with Jennifer Ross on Clarsach. Location: Salmon Bothy, Dunbeath Harbour.
Helmsdale Community Centre, Dunrobin Street, Helmsdale 28 October - 9 November 2014 Monday to Friday 1.00 - 5.00pm Saturday 10.00 - 5.00pm. A project to involve communities around the world in the celebration of Scottish heritage and culture.
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.
Wick born pianist James Ross has composed a piece based on the wonderful historic photographs taken around Wick over a period of 100 years by three generations of the Johnston family. James who grew up admiring these photographs and has been thinking about this project for some years will be performing on piano with Carol Ella on viola at the Pulteney Parish church on 11th November to a background of projected images from the Johnston Collection ..
IF you were someone who enjoys a flutter, then you might regard Brandon McPhee as a sure bet to win an accordion competition. Not sure what odds you would get, because the amazing exponent of the button box has won a string of championships over the years.
Former Thurso High School pupil and Magician Clive Grewcock (Golspie) has been short listed in the prestigious Scottish VOWS Awards which recognise companies within the wedding industry in Scotland who provide excellence in customer service. Clive is 1 of 10 in the running under the Musician and Entertainer category with businesses nominated from across Scotland The winners in all the categories will be announced at the awards ceremony and dinner held at the Hilton hotel, Glasgow on the 24th of November which also marks 10 years of the VOWS Awards.