The Caithness Junior Orchestra was created last September to give an opportunity to all young musicians aged 8 and over to make music together. The orchestra now has 24 junior members from 10 different schools across Caithness and north Sutherland.
NorthLink Ferries' iconic Viking, Magnus, was brought to life today (Tuesday, 27 January) during celebrations at Shetland's world-renowned fire festival Up Helly Aa. Acting as King Magnus the Good, 13-year-old Lewis Harkness led 15 members of the Junior Jarl Squad on board the MV Hjaltland followed by over 100 members of family and friends to enjoy a lunch hosted by NorthLink Ferries.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 23rd January 2015. Taken 3 (12A) 109mins Friday 23 Jan 14:00, 18:30, 20:50.
Last day Saturday 24th January 2015. Our annual 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.
Work by Magi Sinclair originally of Latheron, Caithness has been selected to appear in an exhibition of work by outstanding arts graduates in London. FBA Futures 2015 picks work by recent graduates from Degree and MA shows across the country.
Recording the Past, Present and Future 5-7 March 2015, Timespan, Helmsdale, Scotland BOOK NOW - Early bird prices available until 31 January https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/true-north-conference-tickets-3660641076 Documenting is an activity that makes us human, that constitutes our culture in the past, the present, and the future. The True North conference is for everyone: it is for artists, historians, academics, curators, and researchers; for those with an interest in researching their family history or who like the smell of libraries and archives; and for everyone who blogs, tweets, and shares their story on Facebook, takes photos or makes films.
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.
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.
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.
Four contractors have been appointed to deliver the Highlands and Islands Creative Industries Network Programme over the next three years. The appointments follow the launch last night (11 Dec) of a new five-year Creative Industries Strategy by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) at Eden Court in Inverness.
Performing Companies and National Collections offer wealth of exhibits and performances. Holidays for many over the festive period offer the ideal opportunity to enjoy spectacles put on by Scotland's National Performing Companies and National Collections, which are funded directly by the Scottish Government.
Film times for the week commencing Friday 26th December 2014 for Thurso Cinema. Annie (PG) 118mins.
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.
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.
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.