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Stories at the edge 

Friday 20th January

7:30 pm

An evening to remember with two of the most talented wordsmiths on the Scottish scene:  Bob Pegg, musician, actor, playwright and storyteller and Ian Stephen storyteller, artist, playwright and writer of fiction and non-fiction.  


Bob’s storytelling is punctuated with music and song, and while his stories are embedded in the culture of the north, his music comes from anything that will produce a sound – stones, shells, a jaw harp, a concertina, ocarinas, or even a Dark Ages lyre.






Ian’s stories are likely to concern the sea. A former coastguard, he is steeped in maritime tradition.  His last novel, A Book Of Death And Fish (Saraband, 2014) was a book of the year choice in The Guardian. In Waypoints, his first work of non-fiction, he offers a history of his personal love-affairs – all of them with boats.

There is, he says, a useful comparison between navigation and storytelling.


Tickets £7 (£3 school child) on the door

Friday 10th February:


Ewan Macpherson and friends


A few words from Ewan:

"I am not from a family of tradition bearers, but my forebears hail from all over the British Isles and music is in my bones. I have a genuine love for it, along with a mongrel's freedom which allows me to jump headlong into new cultures and get involved, learning many of the nuances in traditional styles from the generous musicians I have met.

FETCH is the culmination of all those experiences, with a few good friends from along the way, each one of them a respected musician in their own right. This is also a way to say thanks and perhaps a chance to give something back. In these uncertain times it feels good to be part of such a vibrant culture so full of bright energy.

This has been a very hands-on project, I wrote 95% of the music on this album, produced and recorded in Scotland and Norway, designed the cover art and booked the tour.”


Friday 10th March:

Kaela Rowan Band


"Kaela’s voice held the audience with its sublime quality. Accompanied by musicians who demonstrated superb acoustic dexterity, this allowed the singer to demonstrate a rare emotional depth. To say it set the tone and quality for the whole weekend would not understate the impact of the performance. The audience left the night closer in spirit to the sky than earth with a thirst for more" – Kevin Frediani, The Scottish Adventure Travel Film Festival @ Inverewe


end of March/ beginning of April

Mull Theatre

Tickets can be reserved before Mon 17th by phoning 01381 610204
Refreshments will be on sale at the interval


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To book tickets just get in touch with us via the contact page, giving your name, number of tickets needed and whether they are full, concession or family.

Unless stated otherwise all events are BYOB with tea, coffee, and our famous home-baking on sale in the interval.

Why not share a lift to our shows? It'll make them even more fantastic value, and you'll be able to feel a wee bit satisified that you're helping the planet too! Find out how you can make arrangements at www.highland.liftshare.com



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