Newsletter (29 Nov 23)

  • Published on: 30th November 2023
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A Christmas Makeover

Now that the Christmas lights have officially been switched on, it’s time to officially get into the festive spirit! Customers might have noticed that we have been giving the building a glittering Christmas makeover this week in the name of all that glitters!


The Songs The Beatles Gave Away

Sat 17 Feb, 7.30pm

BBC’s Bob Harris and author/music journalist Colin Hall set out upon an intimate speaking tour based around their mutual love and appreciation of The Beatles, including rare archive from Bob Harris’ collection of interviews with Lennon & McCartney.

By 1963 the pair had written so many songs they simply couldn’t all be accommodated on just their own Beatles releases, so it made artistic and economic good sense to be offered to other artists for recording and the Merseybeat boom of 1963 & 1964 gave them a tailor-made outlet in artists such as Cilla Black, Billy J. Kramer and Tommy Quickly. This is the story behind those songs, the hits, the misses and the demos that the group never released: ‘The Songs The Beatles Gave Away’

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Exhibition Opening

Aig Muir: At Sea

Exhibition Opening: Fri 01 Dec, 5pm
Free to attend

At Sea holds the hybrid meanings of being on a vessel out of sight of land, and of experiencing a state of confusion or mentally adrift. The artwork reflects the journey we have all been through over recent years and traverses a lasting impression of Hebridean exploration.

In July 2019, five artists undertook a sailing expedition heading west from Berneray to the remote islands of St Kilda. The residency (titled Island Going) presented an embodied invitation into sea and island ecologies, atmospheres and terrains, and stretched across the longest days of the year, 6 of which were spent at sea, followed by four on land.

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New Start-Time for Banjo Beale

Wed 13 Dec, 8pm

Due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to change the time of the ‘Wild Isle Style: Banjo Beale’ event, which was previously scheduled to start at 8.30pm on Wednesday 13 December. This event will now begin at 8pm on Wednesday 13 December. We apologise for any inconvenience caused, if you have any issues or queries regarding this change of time, please contact front of house team on 01851 708480.

Combining unique finds with clever design, Banjo is known for creating sustainable, characterful and collected spaces for his interior design clients. Originally from Australia, he now lives on the Isle of Mull, where he lives with his partner and dog.

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Sat 16 Dec, 12.30pm/1.30pm/2.30pm
£2 per child/Adults go for Free

Join storyteller Sean Macleod to hear the well-loved story Bioran, or Stickman (written by Julia Donaldson). This session is suitable of children aged 4 – 8 and their families.  It will be held in An Lanntair’s Drum room and will run for around 30 minutes. At the end, children will receive a Winter or Christmas themed book to take away.

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