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Weds 23rd January

Illustrated talk:

‚Äč@19.30

Fjords, Fells & Folk – Travels around the heart of western Norway

Explore the landscape and culture of our near neighbour, Norway with Kenny Taylor & Vanessa Halhead   

Norway and Scotland are often linked in discussion of politics, environment and economy. But what’s the reality of Scotland’s beautiful northern neighbour? Kenny Taylor and Vanessa Halhead have decades of experience to share of travel, work, friendships, culture and environment in Norway.

Their recent exploration of the mighty Sognefjord and its nearby glaciers, fells, farms and forests will be a spectacular backdrop, with thoughts on many different aspects of life in the heart of fjord country to the fore. Using images, words and audio, this will be a journey through landscapes, art and ideas; from local resources to community resilience. About how Norway and Scotland are linked – and separated – in ways that land and nature are viewed and used and how people value their home place.   

Tickets :

Adults £6, children £3

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Doors open at 19.00 so that you can take a look at 'The Epic Stage Story' exhibition, all about the amazing variety of shows put on at small venues like Resolis with only tiny budgets. The exhibition was commissioned by the Touring Network to celebrate 20 years of their work.

 

The music depicts the life and prophecies of Coinneach Odhar, the Brahan Seer, a 17th Century prophet who spent much of his life in Easter Ross. 

THE SEER's overall impact, musically and visually, is both contemplative and utterly dramatic at the same time.  Allan Wilkinson, Northern Sky review

 

Find out more

Reserve tickets by email or phone 01381 610 204

Enjoy our tea, coffee, and our famous home baking on sale in the interval or BYOB

 

Sun 3rd Feb   

Dance:

Within this Dust by Shaper/Caper    

Thomas Small and Shaper/Caper present his critically acclaimed, hauntingly beautiful full-length programme of dance theatre Within This Dust. 

Within This Dust explores the events surrounding 9/11 and is inspired by the iconic series of photographs by Richard Drew that capture a man falling from the World Trade Center during the attacks.

Developed by award winning choreographer and the company's Artistic Director Thomas Small, this cinematic performance includes 3 live dance works blended with animation and survivor’s accounts.  

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Tickets : Adults £10, children £8.  Lower age limit 14 yrs.

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Enjoy our tea, coffee, and our famous home baking on sale in the interval or BYOB

 

Thurs 28th Feb  

Theatre:

Mull Theatre:  The Electrifying Mr Johnson & Bite-Size  

 

THE ELECTRIFYING MR JOHNSTON
A new play about one of Scotland’s great unsung heroes, Tom Johnston, once described by Churchill as the 'King of Scotland', focusing on his struggles to bring “light to the glens.” Through incredible feats of engineering and political manoeuvring, he sought to transform the lives of everyone in the north of Scotland by bringing hydroelectric power to the Highlands & Islands.
A story of power-and the struggle for it.

Reproduction of the Tom Johnston portrait by kind permission of Scottish Friendly Assurance.

BITE-SIZE
An informal programme of script-in-hand play readings of new plays and works-in-progress.
Readings, encounters, questions & answers, feedback and chat offer audiences the chance to be part of and enjoy the fun of the creative process.

Tickets : Adults £10, children £8

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Sat 9th March   

Dance:

Tantalus & A Pair of Genes by Plan B    

Tantalus, Performed and choreographed by Neil Joseph Price (Winner, Best Dance Performance, Sunday Herald Culture Awards 2017).

Like Tantalus, the Greek mythological figure who was made to stand in a stream beneath a tree – the fruit always out of reach, the water receding when he bent to drink – the piece explores the emotional journey for a man pulled in conflicting directions, whilst seeking his own independence and fulfilment. 

With specially commissioned music by Shooglenifty’s Quee MacArthur, Tantalus is directed and designed by plan B’s award winning Artistic Director, Frank McConnell

A Pair of Genes, Performed by Neil Joseph Price and Artistic Director, Frank McConnell.
This new, witty dance theatre duet, choreographed by Frank with original music written by David Trouton, explores how our invisible genetic make-up contributes to a sense of identity. Frank and Neil are related by blood but one exhibits an additional chromosome in DNA analysis. With the speed of technology ever increasing, the show also explores the gradual, worldwide, de-population in recent years of people with Down Syndrome. The show is designed by Miranda Melville.

Tickets : Adults £10, children £8

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Fri. 19th April    

Theatre:

“The Unspotted Snow” Mull Theatre   

A light-hearted theatrical romp featuring starvation, scurvy, cannibalism... and some jolly tunes.
Based on the ill-fated 1845 Sir John Franklin expedition to discover the North-West passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific and it's extraordinary 170-year legacy. Set partly on the barren ice floes of the Arctic and partly in the stultifying drawing room of Lady Jane Franklin, Unspotted Snow is a "ripping yarn" - a bold and adventurous tale of tragedy, mishap, folly, arrogance, madness and betrayal, Victorian heroism ... and ruthless news management.


Join us to explore and discover the hazy, crazy half-truths, rumours and scandals that besmirched the unspotted snow of the great white north.

Tickets : Adults £10, children £8

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Sun 23rd June    

Lauren MacColl/ The Seer   

The Seer is a musical work commissioned by Fèis Rois and was performed for the first time at Celtic Connections in Jan 2017. 

The music depicts the life and prophecies of Coinneach Odhar, the Brahan Seer, a 17th Century prophet who spent much of his life in Easter Ross. 

THE SEER's overall impact, musically and visually, is both contemplative and utterly dramatic at the same time.  Allan Wilkinson, Northern Sky review

 

Find out more

Reserve tickets by email or phone 01381 610 204

 

 


Refreshing Art

Enjoy our tea, coffee, and our famous home baking on sale in the interval.

or BYOB

 



Highland Liftshare

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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