Little Light 23rd March 2018
4th March 2018
*** 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. From one constellation, a small, energetic flicker of light falls from the sky to investigate the world below and, meeting a small boy and his father, the story begins...
Little Light tells the story of a small, energetic flicker of light that falls from the sky to investigate the world, where it meets a lonely boy and his father.
Using shadow puppetry, table-top puppets, object theatre, dance, music and animation, this new multi-media production from one of Scotland's leading puppetry companies tells the story of a lonely boy who discovers companionship and trust through the curiosity of a mischievous star and the devotion of a faithful dog.
For this production, Vision Mechanic’s Artistic Directors Symon Macintyre and Kim Bergsagel have collaborated with performers from the Haya Cultural Centre, Amman, renowned for its work engaging with children in Jordan through the arts. Little Light is highly visual and contains only a few words in Arabic.
£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/.
We are delighted to invite you to the opening of Lyth Arts Centre's Summer Exhibition: From Wifey to Wifie. From Wifey to Wifie explores the changing roles of women in Caithness from 1918 through to the present day.
Lyth Arts Centre are excited to host one of Scottish folk music's most accomplished singer/songwriters, Orkney's very own Ivan Drever. Now living in Norway, Ivan spends a large portion of his days on the road, touring the length and breadth of the British Isles, USA and northern Europe.
*** Note this event is in the Ross Institute, Halkirk ***Tickets £10. DATE: Friday, 22nd June, 2018.
Shattered, a new play written by Lisa Nicoll will tour Scotland from 19 May. Inspired by interviews and life experiences, Shattered deals with the universal themes of grief, loss and isolation as well as the things that are left unsaid between the people to whom we are sometimes the closest.
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...
presented by NCM in association with The Ginstress Including a free Rock Rose Gin & Tonic Equal parts historical and hysterical, lose yourself in the company of sailors, barmaids and bootleggers in this darkly comic cabaret. "Not only vocally sublime but a stroke of comedy genius" (TheatrePress), its critically acclaimed stars Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood return to the U.K.
REE, no booking necessary As the Fat Quarter Quilters come to the end of a weeks residency at Lyth Arts Centre, join the quilters and LAC Co-Directors Tom and Charlotte in and informal ‘Show and Tell'. Discussing what they have been quilting over the week, this is a great opportunity to to find about more about Fat Quarter Quilters and residencies at Lyth Arts Centre.
*** Note this event takes place at Reiss & Killimster Village Hall *** "Writing Someone Else's Story" is a workshop from In Motion Theatre Company touring to local writers groups in support of our upcoming production of Shattered, showing at Lyth Arts Centre on June 12th. Shattered is a new play inspired by interviews with families who have experienced the sudden loss of a child and the effect it has had on them them years after the event.
The Friel Sisters, Anna, Sheila and Clare Friel are young traditional musicians born and brought up in Glasgow with their family roots firmly entrenched in the Donegal Gaeltacht. They play a mixture of music interspersed with songs in English and Irish, many from their family repertoire.
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