Wick Players exhibition on until end January 2020 at the Nucleus. See poster..
The wicked Abanazer is seeking the magic lamp that contains the all-powerful Genie, so that he can rule the world, and is just steps away from succeeding! Is all hope lost? No! Help is at hand! A family posse of wannabe heroes are here to foil Abanazer's evil scheme! The innocent local lad, Aladdin, his brother, the cheeky Wishee Washee and their fearsome mother, washerwoman Widow Twankey are ready to intervene and save the day! Throw in a magic carpet, a mystical Spirit of the Ring, the Emperor of China, a beautiful princess and a couple of inept policemen and you have all the ingredients for a fantastic tale and great entertainment. Packed with songs, slapstick, silliness, audience participation for the whole family and all the fairytale magic of traditional pantomime!.
Caithness based artist Magi Sinclair is holding a solo exhibition for High Life Highland at the Thurso Gallery (situated within Thurso Library) from Saturday 12th October to Wednesday 6th November 2019. The exhibition entitled ‘From the Causewaymire' comprises 40 pieces - drawings, etchings and paintings - where she has taken inspiration from places and landmarks along the road from Latheron to 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.
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.
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.
IT'S GOING TO BE A ‘G'DAY' FOR INVERNESS AS EIGHT AUSTRALIAN BANDS SIGN UP FOR PIPING INVERNESS. Piping Inverness takes place next month, with over 140 bands competing, including eight Pipe Bands from Australia, one from the USA, and one from Switzerland.
Open evenings for juniors being held by Wick Players on Monday evenings from 7pm to 9pm. These evenings will begin on(Monday 22nd April 2019).
Book Launch. Tesco, Wick.
See poster for details. A programme that includes Czech music that you may not have heard before.
Wick Players have an exhibition within Nucleus: The Nucleur and Caithness Archive from 3 December 2018..
Tickets on sale 30th November and 1st December 2018. At Moray Street.
8th 15th 22nd November 2018. Stacks Bistro.
On the 2nd to the 4th of November 2018, Thurso Come Dancing are hosting the first ever "FarNorth Dancefest". We are bringing 4 teachers from the Inverness area to 4 venues in Thurso to run simultaneous workshops for a weekend extravaganza.
Our next exhibition at Caithness Horizons is called Graffito. Breaking the boundaries of what is art and what gets shown in a gallery, Graffito is an exhibition that celebrates artwork that is available to everyone.
Thursday 20th September 2018 sees the opening of the fourth concert season of Music in Thurso, which sees world class musicians coming to Caithness to perform. Set up following the closure of Thurso Live Music Association, Music in Thurso aims to host a wide variety of classical music concerts to appeal to audiences of all ages.
The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams Thurso Players at the Mill Theatre, Thurso Wednesday 27th - Friday 29th June 2018. Tickets £8 concessions £6 from McBeath Jewellers Tel 01847 892634 The Glass Menagerie is a memory play by Tennessee Williams that premiered in 1944 and catapulted Williams from obscurity to fame.