Weekly Newsletter (20/03/24)

  • Published on: 21st March 2024
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HebCelt 2024 Lineup at An Lanntair

Wed 17 – Sat 20 July

We are delighted to have such a stellar lineup for this year’s HebCelt Festival! Four exciting gigs, with two post-concert Ceilidh Nights are now available to book through our website. Tickets for our post-concert Club Nights (on Friday & Saturday) will be available soon!

Wednesday 17 July: Alasdair Whyte – The Heart of Beyond
Thursday 18 July: Wayward Jane
Friday 19 July: Dougie Maclean
Saturday 20 July: Na H-Òganaich

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Debut for Phoenix Theatre Youth Section

Wed 27 March, 7.30pm

Showcasing two short plays, the youth section – who range in age from 8 – 18 – are delighted to bring their talents to an Lanntair for one night only.

Medieval Helpdesk by TLC Creative. A sketch, 750 years ahead of its time! Full of pun-tastic, parodic fun performed by the younger members of the group and directed, produced, staged, and costumed by the older youth members.

And Wait, Wait, Bo Bait­ by Lindsay Price. A foray into the theatre of the absurd – a form of drama that emphasises the absurdity of human existence by employing disjointed, repetitious and meaningless dialogue, purposeless and confusing situations, and plots that lack realistic or logical development.

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Workshops with David Greenhall & Sue Blair

Sat 06 April
Various Pricing

David Greenhall Workshop:  In this practical paint mixing workshop, artist David Greenall will teach you how to mix your own egg tempera and use it in a painting. Many medieval and Renaissance masterpieces were executed in egg tempera which is more durable than oil and with a luminosity similar to watercolor.

Sue Blair Workshop: Join artist Sue Blair for this experimental workshop drawing into a clay slab using natural materials and home-made tools. After the workshop, Sue will glaze and fire your tile. It will be available to collect from An Lanntair after 4 weeks.

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Visual Arts

Roots and Wings Exhibition

Mon 8 April – Fri 12 April
Mezzanine Gallery

This exhibition explores the integral role of the natural environment in facilitating migrant integration within the UK. Through a series of participatory workshops in collaboration with the Bridge Centre and An Lanntair, both migrants and long-term residents have expressed the profound impact of nature on their integration experiences via art.

Following the installation of the exhibition, curator, Azadeh Fatehrad, will be hosting a Collage Storytelling workshop on Tuesday 9 April, from 11am – 1.30pm in the Art room. Tickets for this workshop will be available on our website soon!


a man holding up a framed picture in front of the ocean

COMING SOON: Precious Cargo

Sat 06 July, 8pm

As young children they were evacuated from a war zone. Fifty years on, Barton and Andy are still trying to find out who they are…

Developed on the Isle of Lewis, Precious Cargo is a powerful and timely new theatre show about the life-long impact of the Vietnam war, by Australian writer-performer Barton Williams and Hebridean composer Andy Yearley.


An Lanntair Cinema


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