Stornoway Harbour Scenes through the Years
Nov 2017 - Jan 2018
Nov 2017 - Jan 2018
This exhibition. by Margaret Maclean, features scenes of the fishing industry in Stornoway Harbour through the years
Wed 17 to Sat 20 January 2018
Stuart Morrison in association with the Stornoway Thespians presents A fabulous fun filled family panto Aladdin Co-op Offer – Tickets to Wed 17 Jan 6pm show available for £15.50 Adult and £10.50 concessions- Bookable in person at the An Lanntair Box office with a Co-op Till receipt Shows for group bookings from schools on: Wed … Continue reading Aladdin
Term time only
Do you have any budding thespians looking to develop their acting skills? Let them tread the boards as part of an Lanntair’s drama club. Children can come and learn acting, direction, and make new friends.
Pre book your table from 5pm to get Two Steaks and a bottle of wine for £35
Wednesdays 17 Jan – 7 March
We will be using Lino cut techniques to print images on paper and fabric and will explore ways of developing the basic skills into more complex designs. The theme will be around natural forms such as shells, leaves and seascapes. At the end of the course you will have made printing blocks that you can … Continue reading Printmaking – Making an Impression with Gill Thompson
Thursdays 18 Jan – 22 Feb
In this class you can make a painting to remember a significant place near or far from home. Bring your photos, sketches, and mementos from a holiday or an inspiring location to create a unique and personal painting incorporating collage.
Fridays 19 Jan – 9 Mar
Through theoretical presentation, demonstration and assisted practical application you will be given the opportunity to make a traditional Kilt, either for a child or an adult. You will use a combination of modern sewing techniques and traditional hand tailoring techniques.
20 Jan – 3 March
Based on the Shetland basket-making tradition, this is an evolving exhibition made from ‘ghost gear’, the name that has been internationally given to the marine debris of polypropylene ropes, nets and plastic that is a consequence of commercial fishing.
Saturdays in term time
A range of visual art and design activities for Primary school children every Saturday in term time. Saturday art clubs are taught by An Lanntair Education and Outreach staff and freelance artists. Wear clothes that can get messy. P1 – P2 : 1- 2pm. P3 – P4 : 2.30 – 3.30pm. P5 – P7 : 4 – 5pm
Digiheb – Film making workshops for young people aged between 14 and 25. Digeheb presents weekly workshops for young people interested in film making. Young people are supported to make their own short films and develop their skills in acting, writing, camera, editing, sound, doc research, lighting, music, animation, production and directing. The films made … Continue reading Digiheb – Film making workshops for young people
Mondays 15th January - 19th February (6 weeks)
Life drawing with Jon Macleod This class will provide instruction to those wishing to learn more about drawing the human figure; as well as opportunities for more experienced artists to hone their skills. You will have the chance to draw short and longer poses using a range of materials (provided). Drawing from a clothed model. (Featured … Continue reading Life Drawing evening class
Tue 23 Jan & Thur 25 Jan
From the director of Rio and inspired by the beloved book The Story of Ferdinand, Ferdinand proves you can’t judge a bull by its cover!
Tuesdays 23 Jan – 13 Feb
Join Louise Davidson for a fun basic introduction into the beautiful dance of Argentine tango. Steeped in history and meaning, we will look at why this dance touches the heart of all who try it. Unlike Ballroom Tango with very strict movements, Argentine Tango is a relaxed walking dance, characterized by its improvisation and musicality … Continue reading Argentine Tango with Louise Davidson
Wed 24 Jan & Thur 25 Jan
Adapting this stranger-than-fiction story into a funny and entertaining film, The Disaster Artist’s real message is that there’s no limit to what you can achieve when you have absolutely no idea what you’re doing…
Wed 24 & Thur 25 Jan
This 2 day course will look at various methods of logo design.
Fri 26 Jan - Wed 31 Jan
Rey develops her newly discovered abilities with the guidance of Luke Skywalker, who is unsettled by the strength of her powers. Meanwhile, the Resistance prepares to do battle with the First Order.
Saturday 27 January
This special commission features arrangements of some of Robert Burns most enchanting musical pieces by Cellist Neil Johnstone. Neil will be joined by Rhona Johnstone (fiddle), Jane Macmillan (viola), Andy Yearly (piano) and vocalist Ceitlin Smith.
1pm - 5pm
Come and join us for a relaxed Sunday afternoon of art and film.
Mon 29 Jan
A clumsy panda bear becomes an unlikely kung fu hero when a treacherous enemy spreads chaos throughout the countryside in this animated martial arts adventure featuring the voices of Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, and Jackie Chan.
1 Feb - 28 Feb
LGBT History Month returns to An Lanntair this year with a series of events including films, talks and workshops. PechaKucha – 22nd Feb 2018, An Lanntair Gallery at 7pm This year, as part of An Lanntair’s LGBT History Month in February 2018, we will be hosting a PechaKucha night on Thursday 22nd February at 7pm … Continue reading LGBT History Month at An Lanntair
Thursday 15 Feb
Lois Walpole : Weaving Ghosts gallery talk Artist Lois Walpole will talk about her current exhibition and previous work. ”The relationship of basketry to the ecological, physical and social environments in which it is made has always been fundamental to the craft. Changes in these environments over the last hundred years have, however, had a … Continue reading Lois Walpole : Artist’s talk
Thur 15 - Sat 17 February
Deeds not Words is a new play focusing on what happened when Hebridean women got the vote in 1918. The play is a contemporary bi-lingual performance created around real stories and events, revealing a surprising history of rural Scottish women.
Wed 21 - Fri 23 Feb
Stories, songs movement and visual art sessions for children aged 3 – 5.
Wed 20 Dec
Join us to celebrate and encourage local talent from Lewis and Harris.
Wed 21 Feb
Pleased To Meet You is a series of intimate concerts where we introduce you to the stars of tomorrow today.
Thurs 22 Feb
Call For Speakers – PechaKucha “Island life – community and identity”
Fri 2 Mar
New Clouds in Motion will be officially launched with a concert in An Lanntair.
Sat 17 March
Two of the greatest jazz guitarists in the world, Martin Taylor & Ulf Wakenius, have joined forces for an unforgettable live show.
Thur 22 March 2018
Imagine a 70’s Bruce Springsteen but with bagpipes and electronics in the E-Street band and you’re probably just about there!
Fri 30 & Sat 31 March
Wild, outspoken and buried face down on Harris, poet Màiri Ruadh is back, with one last night to resurrect the true meaning of the cèilidh.
Thur 3 and Fri 4 May
Scottish Ballet present Matthew Bourne’s Highland Fling – At Lewis Sports Centre / Ionad Spòrs Leòdhais
Tue 26 June
As seen on Mock The Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Live at the Apollo, The Great British Bake Off’s Extra Slice, The John Bishop Show, Channel 4’s Comedy Gala at the O2 and heard on Radio 4’s Just a Minute and News Quiz.