Book Launch. Tesco, Wick.
Caithness 4-piece band High Wire are finalists in 'the Highlands Biggest Band Contest Ever' this coming Sat. evening.
The results are in from the Highlands 2019 Rock Challenge Third Place:Invergordon Academy, Invergordon, Highlands August 6th, 1945 - Collateral damage; when 100,000 lives end from one bomb. What do we call the poisonous radiation that effects generations? Hiroshima is chosen - a dot, on a map, on a table, thousands of miles away.
See poster for details. A programme that includes Czech music that you may not have heard before.
Hailing from the north-east of Scotland, Jenny Sturgeon is a singer-songwriter described as a significant new talent on the folk and acoustic scenes. Her passion for music lies in her interest in traditional folk song, combined with creating fresh, new compositions.
Join the Caithness Orchestra, under the baton of Susie Dingle, for a day singing or playing Handel's "Messiah." All welcome! Please complete and return the form to book your place. Pulteney Centre, Wick.
The Edinburgh Piano Duo - Bach • Grieg • Faure. 22nd March 7:30pm - 10:00pm.
The Rock Challenge events aim to inspire, engage and motivate young people to make healthy and positive lifestyle choices and from Monday 1st April 2019, Eden Court see around 1000 students accepting the challenge for another year, showcasing the hard work they have put in during the weeks and months leading up to their performance. The Rock Challenge is an excellent opportunity for young people to perform in a professional venue.
Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has today announced details of a new filmmaking project, WALK WITH US, calling all Scotland-based filmmakers to get involved. Supported by Johnnie Walker, recently announced as EIFF's new official whisky partner and known for its ‘Keep Walking' mantra, the project will aim to challenge ambitious filmmakers to think more creatively about a specific theme, visualising an idea and putting it together in an innovative way.
Mairi Campbell's five star follow up show to acclaimed Pulse. Mairi Campbell: Auld Lang Syne tells stories of her adventures with Scotland's most famous song - singing for US President Bill Clinton, a starring role in Sex and the City and a reinterpretation of the Robert Burns classic that changed her life.
Multi award winning guitarists Eduardo Martín & Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas embark on their first Scottish tour introducing their spectacular album The Bridge. Their fingerpicking artistry tastefully conveys an exuberant mix of contemporary sounds and flavours of Havana City, seamlessly navigating between traditional rhythms and genres such as rumba and mambo, new age, classical and jazz.
There were entries from outstanding pupils all over Scotland. It came down to the final 19.
Lyth Arts Centre 2nd March 2019 8.00 - 1000pm. The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc comprise three master fiddle players from three different and very distinctive Nordic regions.
Lyth Arts Centre 7..30pm - 10.00pm Passion Jealousy Revenge. Join us for a rare silent Italian drama with a new live score by six-piece band The Badwills, followed by wild southern Italian folk dancing! Assunta Spina(1915) stars Francesca Bertini, one of Italian cinema's greatest ‘silent diva' actresses smouldering on-screen as she's torn between the men who can’t control her passions.
Lyth Arts Centre 1st March 2019 - 8.00pm - 10.00pm. Join us for our 2019 season opener! A double bill of a new play and a selection of work-in-progress readings by Mull Theatre.
Lyth Arts Centre 9th March 2019 - 1.00pm - 2.00pm. Moving school is never easy.
Lyth Arts Centre 5 March 2019 - 8.00pm - 10.00pm Thirteen-year-old Alice wishes her life was completely different. She wakes up one morning to find that her life is different.
The multi-award-winning band, Kaiser Chiefs have today (Monday 11th February 2019) announced that they will perform a summer concert in Inverness. Performing under the banner of ‘Live in the City', Kaiser Chiefs, which is considered one of Britain's most treasured bands, will perform in Northern Meeting Park, on Saturday 17th August 2019.
The mainland of Scotland's most northerly book festival. The 2nd John O'Groats Book Festival happens over the weekend of 5th, 6th and 7th April 2019.
Leading poets from Scotland's islands will be among the big names from the literary world taking part in StAnza, Scotland's International Poetry Festival in March. Aonghas Pàdraig Caimbeul, Catherine Eunson, Harry Josephine Giles, Pàdraig MacAoidh and Nalini Paul from Orkney and the Western Isles will perform at the annual festival in the Scottish town of St Andrews in Fife.