Currently on at North Lands Creative in Lybster, Caithness " A Life Time of Adventures in Glass" a solo exhibition by renowned Caithness artist and craftsman, Denis Mann. This retrospective collection features highly regarded works spanning Denis' accomplished career.
During today's meeting of the Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee Councillors has agreed to contribute £30,000 to continue a feasibility study into the expansion and redevelopment of Eden Court Theatre. The £30,000, which will be coming from the Development and Infrastructure service budget, will be match-funded by Highlands and Islands Enterprise and carries on from earlier work funded by HIE and the Inverness Common Good Fund to support the future vision for the theatre.
Come along and create your own wax finished Harry Potter Wand. Messy Play Centre, Thurso.
Come along and create a unique piece of jewellery. Messy Nessy Play Centre, Thurso.
Create and customise your own dreamcatcher to help keep those nightmares away. 14th August 2019 - 630pm - 8.30pm.
The Highland Council is considering whether to include theatres within its public entertainment licensing regime when the Theatres Act 1968 is no longer in force and seeks public and stakeholders opinion on this matter. The Highland Licensing Committee met on 6 August 2019 and agreed to undertake a public consultation exercise.
The History Press is to publish ‘The Anthology of Scottish Folk Tales', a collection of the magical, mythical, and mystical folklore woven into the Scottish landscape. This enchanting collection of stories gathers together legends from across Scotland in one special volume.
We provide all the equipment and instruction to help you create a unique piece of Art, fridge magnet or coaster. At Messy Play Centre, Thurso.
Wick Players are ready to start getting ready for the pantomime this year 2019. If you have ever fancied treading the boards or being in the chorus or helping in other ways to being a production together why not go along on 20th August at 7.00pm to the Wick Players Clubrooms in Moray Street, Wick.
Friday 26 and Saturday 27th 2019. See poster for details..
We're Kaitness Fowk For A' That By John Horne Written c. 1923 Is there a fyarter fae 'e north, Fa hides his birth an' a' that, An' blushes 'cause his faither's hoose Is thecked wi' straw an a' that? For a' that an a' that - Wir modest crofts an a' that E foosum trosk we pass him by - We're Kaitness fowk an a' that.
The Aurora Borealis By W T Lyall. The magic in the northern sky A sight to catch the human eye Like dancing angels flickering by The Aurora Borealis.
The Washington Post runs items on many issues including the arts and music. An interesting podcast on the banjo and its black roots is making waves in the USA.
The UK's most northerly mainland distillery, Dunnet Bay Distillers, is scouring the UK for exceptional artwork to feature in its debut exhibition, ‘Inspired by Gin'. The distillery will play host to the exhibition from December 2019 - March 2020 at its new Visitor Centre, which is a VisitScotland 5 Star Visitor Attraction and a centre for food and drink, culture and heritage tourism.
Lyth Arts presents an unusual performance on 21st July 2019 at a secret location between 6.00pm and 7.00pm. Location to be announced later.
Brought To Caithnes by Lyth Arts and playing at Mey Village Hall. 12 July 2019 - 8.00 - 10.00pm.
Sunday 7th July 2019 At Duncansby Head - 2.00 - 3.00pm. Book on Lyth Arts web site.
Join us for the opening of our Summer Exhibition Mountains Underwater: Stroma. The exhibition also features work by local artists, film and audio recordings of Stroma histories, island artefacts and extracts of recent UHI research conducted on the island.
Jayden Alexander of wickPlayers said,"We recently had a celebration evening which was held in our clubrooms on the 28th of June 2019. We invited all members, organisations and businesses who have supported the club as a thank you.
Join us for a weekend of family fun at Lyth Arts Centre this Summer! With outdoor circus, bush craft, story telling, arts & crafts workshops and the puppet caravan there is sure to be something for everyone at Lyth Family Festival! £20 family of 4 £25 family of 5 £6 single ticket Tickets grant entry for Saturday, Sunday or both days. The festival is suitable for all ages and there's lots of fun activities to keep the kids - and big kids - occupied..