Weekly Newsletter (06/12/23)

  • Published on: 7th December 2023
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It’s Panto Week!

Thur 07 Dec – Sat 09 Dec
£15/£10/ £40 family ticket

Get ready for an adventure with Cinderella, starting tomorrow! In a twist of fate, the fairy godmother is on her first assignment, and Cinderella is her first client. But will this inexperienced fairy be able to help Cinderella escape her cruel step-sisters and meet her Prince Charming before the clock strikes 12?

Packed full of fun and laughter, characters you’ll love to hate as well as plenty of audience participation and a rip-roaring time is guaranteed.

It’s Christmas jumper day tomorrow too, so bring your favourite festive jumpers with you!

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Upcoming Christmas Workshops

Thur 07 Dec – Tues 12 Dec
Various Pricing

Thur 07 Dec: Use foliage and natural materials to make a joyful wreath to hang on your door in this class with Danielle Macleod.

Sat 09 Dec: Make a tree from willow and tissue paper. You can light it up at home with an LED lamp or string of lights to make a beautiful Christmas decoration!

Mon 11 Dec: Children and their families can make a special nativity set together from air-drying clay at this fun workshop.

Tues 12 Dec: Make special and unique Christmas cards and beautiful cut-out garlands using simple lino-cut printmaking techniques with Gill Thompson. All materials will be provided including safe water-based Caligo inks.

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Live Music

Neil Pearlman & Allan Henderson

Fri 01 March, 8pm

Multi-instrumentalist, step dancer and host of the TradCafe podcast, Neil Pearlman is a vital and distinctive voice in contemporary traditional music. Described as “a tremendous pianist” on BBC Radio Scotland and “a force to be reckoned with” by WGBH’s Brian O’Donovan, Neil is best known for his groundbreaking approach to the piano in Celtic music.

Allan Henderson, originally from Mallaig but now living in South Uist, has been a well-kent face on the traditional music scene for many years. A multi-instrumentalist and composer, he was a founder member of Blazin’ Fiddles and toured extensively with them.

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New Date for Gary Innes & Ewen Henderson

Thur 08 Feb, 8pm

Join two of Scotland’s most celebrated and award-winning traditional musicians alongside a special guest for an unforgettable evening of melodies, ballads, and personal anecdotes. Gary Innes and Ewen Henderson, co-founders of Mànran, have roamed the Scottish highlands as a duo, and their music has taken them to far-flung corners of the world, from Kazakhstan to Shanghai, and even on a tour of the entire West Coast of the United States in a convertible Mustang. Their music and stories are deeply rooted in the rich musical heritage of Lochaber, and their passion for their craft shines through every note they play. Don’t miss this chance to experience the magic of their music and hear their stories firsthand.

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Visual Arts

Artist Gathering

Fri 15 Dec, 6pm
Free, but booking essential

Each month we invite two special guests to share their work. Our final gathering of 2023 will feature Zoe Paterson Macinnes, a multi-disciplinary artist who grew up on Lewis and recently returned to the island; Zoe’s work includes film, visual art, and poetry and explores themes of identity and belonging. Also appearing will be Robbie Thomson, who works across visual art, music and theatre and presented work in Indonesia, Mexico, Korea, Australia and across Europe before moving to Lewis. There may also be mince pies and crackers.

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An Lanntair Cinema


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