Sat 23 Sept, 3pm-5pm
Come and celebrate the inaugural Scottish Folk Music day with us! Join us for an entertaining afternoon of ceilidh dancing that is suitable for all ages and abilities. Jane Hepburn Macmillan, Willie Campbell, and Andy Yearley will provide the musical accompaniment, so you’ll be able to dance the afternoon away to traditional Scottish music. Immerse yourself in Scottish culture and have fun with your family and friends. Whether you’re an experienced ceilidh dancer or a newbie, you’ll enjoy the lively atmosphere and the chance to learn some new moves.
So don’t miss out on this unique event – come and join us for an unforgettable celebration of Scottish Folk Music day!
The John Goldie Trio
Thurs 05 Oct, 8pm
Get ready to be blown away by the incredible talents of Adam Bulley on Mandolin and Chas Mackenzie on Slide Guitar! This dynamic duo, along with a third virtuoso, formed an electrifying trio during lockdown. Their music is heavily influenced by the old-timey Bluegrass and Nashville scenes, resulting in an eclectic mix of heart-wrenching ballads, breakneck speed picking, and unique renditions of old classics. But the entertainment doesn’t stop there! These three performers also have some on-stage banter up their sleeves to keep you engaged and entertained throughout the whole show.
This promises to be an unforgettable evening of music and fun that you won’t want to miss! So, mark your calendars and get ready to experience the thrill of this amazing trio!
OHCON: Stained Glass Superhero Workshop
Sat 07 Oct, 2.30pm-5pm
FREE, but booking essential
Get ready to unleash your inner artist and create a stunning superhero character stained-glass style window! And when we say large scale, we mean LARGE scale. We’re talking about bringing this masterpiece to life using corex sheeting and colored cellophane. You’ll be showcasing your talent at OH!CON, taking place at Lews Castle College on Sat 14th Oct.
So, let your imagination run wild and get ready to impress art enthusiasts with your one-of-a-kind stained-glass window. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to showcase your creativity and leave a lasting impression on everyone who sets eyes on your masterpiece!
Ceilidh Dancing Come and Try Sessions
Starting: Mon 25 Sept, 7pm – 8.30pm
Get ready to kick up your heels! Our informal workshops led by local ceilidh dancers are the perfect opportunity to learn some new moves. No experience? No problem! Beginners are more than welcome to join in the fun. With recorded music, you’ll be able to practice your steps in a relaxed setting. Plus, we’ll teach you some common dances that will have you ready to join in at any event, from weddings to ceilidh dances.
And if you catch the ceilidh bug, why not keep the party going by attending more club sessions and events over the following months? Get ready to dance like nobody’s watching and have a ceilidh blast!
Auditorium Steward Vacancy
We are looking to recruit Auditorium Stewards to our team.
You must be over 18, able to work evenings and Saturdays and physically able to tidy and clean the auditorium seating and floor areas quickly. We are looking to recruit someone who is welcoming, helpful, and friendly to customers, as well as someone who is able to communicate and work as part of a team.
Apply by sending a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Haunted Mansion (12A)
Fri 22 Sept, 7pm
Sun 24 Sept, 2pm
A single mom named Gabbie hires a tour guide, a psychic, a priest and a historian to help exorcise her newly bought mansion after discovering it is inhabited by ghosts.
Sat 23 Sept, 8pm
Abandoned on the mean city streets by his lowlife owner, Doug, a naive but lovable dog named Reggie falls in with a fast-talking, foul-mouthed Boston Terrier and his gang of strays. Determined to seek revenge, Reggie and his new canine pals embark on an epic adventure to get him home and make Doug pay for his dirty deed.
The Bough Breaks (12A)
Thur 28 Sept, 7pm
Exploring the life of visionary conservationist, Alan Watson Featherstone; his restoration of Scotland’s ancient Caledonian forest and ‘Rewilding’ as a model of restoration in the fight to save our broken planet.