Burns and A’ that
Fri 27 Jan
18 Nov - 21 Jan 2017
An Lanntair welcomes you aboard the Hebridean Cable Transit Company in a new exhibition by Philippa Thomas and Hector MacInnes, retracing the journey from its 1948 launch through its glorious heyday and onwards to its subsequent demise. At the centre of “Suspension and Disbelief” will be a completed restoration of the last surviving HCTC cable car gondola.
18 Nov - 21 Jan (extended)
Deiseal also means clockwise and this exhibition of solar-graphs, taken from 50 pinhole ‘cameras’ that had been placed in various locations throughout the Islands, is a visual record of the path of the sun from the winter to the summer solstice – 21st December 2015 to 21st June 2016.
A programme of events that celebrate LGBT+ culture
Thu 23 Feb
Poetry reading and Q&A with Marcas Mac an Tuairneir. Part of our LGBT History Month programme
Sat 28 Jan - Sat 4 Feb
Set in the years preceding Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope – Rogue One is the first of a new array of stories set in a galaxy far, far away
Sat Feb 25
A play performed by David Hayman, written by Chris Dolan, directed by David Hayman Jr.
Sat 28 Jan & Sat 4 Feb
Nate Parker’s directorial debut is a searing account of the life of Nat Turner, the enslaved African-American who spearheaded an insurrection in 1831.
Thu 2 - Sat 4 Feb
Macbeth director Justin Kurzel and his leading man Michael Fassbender reunite on this visually stunning adventure that blends sci-fi and historical action.