2018-19 Expo funding unveiled. The Scottish Government will invest £2 million in 2018-19 in support of Scotland's international Festivals.
The Halladale Film Festival which is running at the Halladale Hall (A897) from March 23-25th. We have chosen a group of really interesting films and because we are rural, as part of the festival and as part of your festival pass, we will feed you all day on the Saturday March 24th - check out the Facebook Page See also the PHOTO Gallery link above.
Highland Council is asking people with unwanted and unused musical instruments in their homes if they ‘Gave it up?' to ‘Pass it on!' during Pass it on Week which runs from 10 - 18 March 2018. Pass it on Week is Scotland's annual celebration of re-use promoted by Zero Waste Scotland and recycle for Scotland.
Around 250 young musicians from across the Highlands have been busy rehearsing for their unique showcase Concerts Festival which will feature the eight diverse groups working under the umbrella of Highland Young Musicians. Held in the Osprey Arena at MacDonald Aviemore Resort on Saturday 17th March, the first of the days concerts (at 3pm) will feature ‘snas; Còisir G (with special guests Calum Alex McMillan and Innes White) and Highland Regional Youth Orchestra with Highland Youth Choir and guests Dingwall Choral Society performing John Rutter's ‘Sprig of Thyme'.
3rd March - 12th May 2018. Opening this Spring at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, the exhibition A Fine Line features work by four contemporary artists based in Scotland - Lizzie Farey, Angie Lewin, Frances Priest and Bronwen Sleigh.
Julie Cope is a fictional character created by Grayson Perry - an Essex everywoman whose story he has told through the two tapestries and extended ballad presented in a new exhibition from the Crafts Council. The Essex House Tapestries: The Life of Julie Cope (2015) illustrate the key events in the heroine's journey from her birth during the Canvey Island floods of 1953 to her untimely death in a tragic accident on a Colchester street.
*** Note this event takes place in the Pulteneytown People's Project (PPP) ***Inside a replica of a Bedouin tent in the Pulteneytown People's Project, the audience sits on pillows and cushions. Around the top of the tent above a panoramic screen for projections, a starlit sky is visible.
Be transported to an abandoned cottage on the Outer Hebrides. Brothers Jamie and Lewis Wardrop invite you to experience their installation performance with striking live visuals, electronic sound and the words of the great Highland poets.
An exhibition featuring work by printmakers with a strong connection to northern Scotland. 9th March - 3 April 2018.
Instrumental workshops for children of all ages, beginners upwards, with local musicians. Bring an instrument if you have one or borrow from the Feis on the day.
16th March 2018 St John's Church Hall, Moray Street, Wick. Have you ever felt like learning a new skill? This is your opportunity to learn how to create a felted picture, approximately 6"X 8".
Meet the combined Princesses of Pop, Little Mix Magic and Simply Ariana! These all-singing, all-dancing girls will be performing all the top tunes for an excellent event of fun, singing and dancing. The show comes with a meet and greet where big and small kids alike can pose for a picture with the band and Ariana.
Thurso Players. One of our ex members - Brett Murray is returning to the Mill Theatre with his film showing.
Weekend Drama festival featuring Thurso & Wick Players. 23rd and 24th February 2018.
Come and Craft with others, bring a challenge or just something to work on. beginner crochet and knitting also available.
Lyth Arts Centre have announced a family programme for Spring 2018, with some incredible shows coming to Caithness from some of Scotland's leading theatre companies, and international collaborations with companies from Jordan and Australia. All tickets to family shows are £6, meaning a family of 4 will be able to attend for just £24.
Cosy beanbags, craft activities and free popcorn! Bring the whole family along and to enjoy a FREE family film every month here at Lyth Arts Centre. The first Lyth Arts Centre Family Film Club will be on Sunday 25th February 2018 at 11am.
The tale of an incredible journey, a world turned upside down, loss, friendship, courage and conkers. "When I was eight years old my dad set up a charity to help people fleeing danger in Bosnia.
Twelfth Day is a folk duo of Orcadian fiddler Catriona Price and Peebles harpist Esther Swift. They are classically trained and mix folk, jazz and classical influences, blended with inspiration from their respective Highland and Lowland upbringings.
'I am all the daughters of my father's house, And all the brothers too.' 14th February 2018 - 7.00pm Twelfth Night is a tale of unrequited love - hilarious and heartbreaking. Twins are separated in a shipwreck, and forced to fend for themselves in a strange land.