My Friend Selma 2nd March 2018
17th February 2018
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. He brought fifty refugees over here on big coaches. We moved into an old boarding school with them to help them settle in. We lived there for four months. It was brilliant - there was a playground in my front garden, we had lots of visitors, people were always feeding me and I learnt to ride a bike. But the best thing about living there was meeting my friend Selma."
“The most amazing story I've ever heard.” – Georgia, aged 10
“I would give this show 280,00,00 out of five.” – Erin, aged 9
“Absorbing, affecting but also robustly unsentimental” – ★★★★ (The Herald)
Suitable for ages 8+, their family and friends.
All tickets £6.
Folk Singing. The legendary, multi-award winning Old Blind Dogs bounded into their 25th anniversary year with a cracking new album ‘Room with a View' and full houses across Scotland, USA and Germany.
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. Follow the Facebook page and be the first to find out what our next film will be...
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.
*** 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.
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.
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.
As a final fling for our 40th Birthday Celebration, there will be a special fundraising Ceilidh with some fantastic raffle prizes, music from Addie Harper, Gordon Gunn and Grant Lyall. We look forward to seeing everyone old and new for a exciting night of entertainment.
"Cleville takes the surreal into a realm that is ridiculously entertaining & chillingly dark..." - ★★★★ (The Herald) "fine physical poetry" - ★★★★ (The Stage) It's a place we all know but have never been... A forest, a desert of ice.
10 November 2017. The funny, fearless international sell-out mask production from the UK's leading full mask company.
An innovative traditional fiddler from Inverness who began playing from the age of six. In 2013, he graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and completed a Masters in Scottish Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in June 2015.
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