Celtic Connections is to be supported from the Expo Fund for the second year running, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has announced. Ahead of this year's successful event closing on 3 February, the Scottish Government has confirmed £100,000 for the 2020 event from the Expo Fund.
Based on the book by Joe Simpson Adapted by David Greig Directed by Tom Morris. THE PRODUCTION WILL TOUR TO PERTH (7-10 March 2019) AND INVERNESS (14-16 March 2019) Following critically acclaimed runs at Bristol Old Vic theatre and Northampton's Royal & Derngate in Autumn 2018, Tom Morris' production of Touching The Void will tour to Perth (Perth Theatre) from 7-10 March and Inverness (Eden Court) 14-16 March 2019 in Scotland.
We're delighted to announce that our next XpoNorth on the Road event will take place at Ironworks Venue in Inverness on Wednesday 13th February. Covering a broad range of themes, the event also offers a great opportunity to connect the creative community, meet a cross-reach of leading professionals and find out how we can best support your business.
Traditional music workshops for children with local tutors. £5 per session.
See poster. 16 February 2019..
Ciad choinneamh airson 40mh Fèis nam Meadhanan Ceilteach san Aghaidh Mhòir. The first meeting of the Local Organising Committee of the international Celtic Media Festival recently took place in Aviemore (on Friday 18th January 2019).
Moray Firth Radio is hosting a series of podcasts on aspects of Robert Burns poetry. Auld Lang Syne, a global anthem - 18 minutes Great Chieftain o' the Puddin-race - 11 minutes A toast like no other - 17 minutes The poetry, the performance - 20 minutes Words can inspire a thousand pictures - 14 minutes Robert Burns is Scotland's most successful cultural export and this episode of Tae The Bard celebrates 'Auld Lang Syne' - without doubt his most well-travelled work.
FilmG, MG ALBA's Gaelic Short Film Competition, has announced the shortlists for this year's competition with young filmmakers, community groups and school groups from around the country making the shortlist. The jury panels comprised of a variety of directors, producers and scriptwriters currently working in the industry.
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.
£1 TICKET GIVE AWAY!!! This Sunday at 12pm (midday) there will be a limited number of £1 tickets on sale for all of our upcoming shows... yes that's right - £1!!! Be quick as there are only a limited number per show so once they're gone, THEY'RE GONE! CHECK OUT THE PROGRAMME HERE: https://lytharts.org.uk/events/.
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.
Caithness Horizons are going Christmas Crazy on the weekend of 16-17th November 2018 and we would like to invite you to take part! The Market will run from on Friday 16th November from 10am - 4pm with set up from 8.30am and it will also run on Saturday 17th November from 10am - 3pm. As part of the festive celebrations, we are holding our Annual Christmas Market with stalls placed throughout our beautiful building.
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.
Join George Gunn for this workshop. See poster for details..
We are delighted to welcome Blas Festival to Lyth Arts Centre! Blas Festival was devised by The Highland Council in partnership with Fèisean nan Gàidheal and the Promoters Arts Network to celebrate the culture of traditional music and Gaelic in the Highlands of Scotland. This evenings performances includes two sets of musicians: Adam Sutherland & Marc Clement and Josie Duncan & Pablo Lafuente.
Friday 27th July 2018 Scotscalder Hall Doors open 7.00pm.